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What do you notice?. If there were an Olympic contest for talking, Shelly Stalls would sweep the event. - from Flipped. Verb Mood . Mood - shows the manner in which a thought is expressed - indicates a state or reality Subjunctive

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what do you notice
What do you notice?

If there were an Olympic contest for talking, Shelly Stalls would sweep the event.

- from Flipped

verb mood
Verb Mood

Mood

- shows the manner in which a thought is expressed

- indicates a state or reality

Subjunctive

- Expresses doubt or something contrary to fact or reality

- A wish, desire, or imaginary situation

if there were an olympic contest for talking shelly stalls would sweep the event
If there were an Olympic contest for talking, Shelly Stalls would sweep the event.

If there were an Olympic contest for creeping people out, Edgar Allan Poe would scare everyone away from the event.

If there were an Olympic contest for fetching, Spot wouldn’t even make the first cut.

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If there were an Olympic contest for talking, Shelly Stalls would sweep the event.
  • If there were an Olympic contest for creeping people out, Edgar Allan Poe would scare everyone away from the event.
  • If there were an Olympic contest for fetching, Spot wouldn’t even make the first cut.

If he were the king of the world, he would throw a massive party for all of his friends that would last for days.

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See the patterns the author used.

Write a sentence:

- that reflects your own ideas.

- uses the same pattern.

  • If there were an Olympic contest for talking, Shelly Stalls would sweep the event.
  • If there were an Olympic contest for creeping people out, Edgar Allan Poe would scare everyone away from the event.
  • If there were an Olympic contest for fetching, Spot wouldn’t even make the first cut.
  • If he were the king of the world, he would throw a massive party for all of his friends that would last for days.

If ___ were a/an ______________, ____ would _______________________.

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Quiz

Which is the correct version of subjunctive mood?

What do the incorrect versions do to the reader?

  • If I were the President, I would declare every day a holiday.
  • If I were the President I would declare every day a holiday.
  • If I was the President, I would declare every day a holiday.
other forms of subjunctive mood
Other Forms of Subjunctive Mood:
  • I wish that people were less dependent on their cell phones.
  • If she were to wear the outfit to dinner with her parents, it might make them upset.
  • May you have many more birthdays.
  • I suggest that John arrive on Monday.
  • I recommended that each student take a form.
  • I doubt that Mom would forget your birthday.
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If I feel well, I sing.

If I feel well, I will sing.

If I felt well, I would have sung.

verb mood1

- shows the manner in which a thought is expressed

- indicates a state or reality

Verb Mood

Subjunctive

- Expresses doubt or something contrary to fact or reality

- A wish, desire, or imaginary situation

Conditional

- A state where an outcome is dependent on another event

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Give me back my money.

(You) give me back my money.

verb mood2

- shows the manner in which a thought is expressed

- indicates a state or reality

Verb Mood

Subjunctive

- Expresses doubt or something contrary to fact or reality

- A wish, desire, or imaginary situation

Conditional

- A state where an outcome is dependent on another event

Imperative

- Indicates a command

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Will you study for the test?

Do you think you will pass?

Has the class finished taking the exam?

verb mood3

- shows the manner in which a thought is expressed

- indicates a state or reality

Verb Mood

Subjunctive

- Expresses doubt or something contrary to fact or reality

- A wish, desire, or imaginary situation

Conditional

- A state where an outcome is dependent on another event

Imperative

- Indicates a command

Interrogative

- A state of questioning

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We plan to go to New York City next fall.

I’ll follow you to the store.

It looks like it will rain soon.

Joe will drive to the mall but walk to the school.

verb mood4

- shows the manner in which a thought is expressed

- indicates a state or reality

Verb Mood

Subjunctive

- Expresses doubt or something contrary to fact or reality

- A wish, desire, or imaginary situation

Conditional

- A state where an outcome is dependent on another event

Imperative

- Indicates a command

Interrogative

- A state of questioning

Indicative

- Statement of fact or opinion

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