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English for Intermediate Students, Lesson 11. Homework

  • March 29, 2016
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Let’s do the homework quickly and have fun after it. Remember your 30 minutes of walk every day! See you outside after your homework. Make up sentences using the following phrases: a) I wish If only I knew They felt as if He would call you, He looked as if He would It is urgent…

Are you in a good mood today? Part two. Intermediate English, Lesson 11

  • March 28, 2016
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As you do remember from the previous lesson, there are only three moods in English. Today we are going to discover the last one, but not the easiest one. Subjunctive mood describes some unreal, imaginary, impossible action or wish. There is a lot of debate with different linguists about this subject. This is really a…

Subjunctive mood

  • September 28, 2015
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Verb moods in English show how the sentence is being used. The most used moods for English verbs are imperative, indicative, interrogative, conditional and subjunctive. Subjunctive Mood This is called the least used mood of verb and sentence, and it could be argued that it is dying off. It suggests a situation that has not…