English

Choose the mood of the underlined verb.
1.
(Look) out of the window and tell me what you see.
(1 point)

indicative imperative*** subjunctive

2.
Yosemite National Park (is) a national treasure.
(1 point)

indicative*** imperative subjunctive

3.
If I (were) you, I’d hike up Bridal Veil Falls.
(1 point)

indicative imperative subjunctive***

4.
I wish I (were) a mountain climber.
(1 point)

indicative imperative subjunctive***

5.
I demand that we (be allowed) to climb El Capitan.
(1 point)

indicative imperative*** subjunctive

6.
If I (were) you, I would not climb El Capitan.
(1 point)

indicative imperative subjunctive***

7.
Please, (send) me a postcard from Yosemite National Park!
(1 point)

indicative imperative*** subjunctive

Are these correct?

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  1. I'm not sure about 5, but the others are right.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. Thank you,so much!

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  3. You're very welcome. Please check back here later or tomorrow. Probably another teacher will know the answer for 5.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. I think maybe it is a subjunctive, because it is a demand that, comes after the word that.

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  5. Thank you, I will, just to be sure. Have a nice evening:)

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  6. Yes, #5 is subjunctive! You're right!

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    Writeacher
  7. I agree, #5 is subjunctive, not imperative. Anonymous was mistaken on this one, but, as Ms. Sue wrote, correct on the others.

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  8. Thank you, all so very much!

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  9. You're welcome!

    Subjunctive in English can be confusing. Mostly, we use indicative, and sometimes we use imperative, but subjunctive is the subtle mood, even if we don't use it as much as the others!

    Read and study the first paragraph here. It's very clear!
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/English_subjunctive

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    Writeacher
  10. Thank you! I appreciate this very much!

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  11. I bookmarked the cite, so I will have it on hand. Thanks again.

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  12. Number 5 is Imperative, just took it.

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  13. anonymous is wrong, #5 is subjunctive, everything else above is correct.

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  14. Number five is subjective and number seven is imperative The rest are right

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  15. Connexus Mood Practice
    1. B imperative
    2. A indicative
    3. C subjunctive
    4. C subjunctive
    5. C subjunctive
    6. C subjunctive
    7. B imperative
    Just did the practice. Thank you to the teachers who helped, you were right, #5 is subjunctive

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  16. 5 and 7 is wrong

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  17. Star Lord is right i got 100%

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  18. Here ya go since everyone is confusing one another
    1. Imperative
    2. Indicative
    3. Subjunctive
    4. Subjunctive
    5. Subjunctive
    6. Subjunctive
    And last
    7. Imperative
    I took the test and these got me a 100%

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  19. Nunya is 100% correct

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