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English for Intermediate Students, Lesson 10. Homework

  • March 24, 2016
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Once again: we have discovered the Indicative, and Imperative moods. Do you remember the grammar from the lesson? I’d like to insist on this point: you should always revise the needed grammar before doing your homework. Not only because I’m a crazy English teacher. There some more advantages in this method. In such a way you…

Are you in a good mood today? Part one. Intermediate English, Lesson 10

  • March 17, 2016
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Today is high time for you to revise, and for some of you to learn different moods in English. Once again remember: this is simple! There are only three moods in English: Indicative, Imperative, and Subjunctive. Some of my students want to make such mistake, but please, note, we can’t say that Conditional is 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…

Interrogative mood

  • September 16, 2015
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Sentences in English express moods through the verb. Verb moods are indicative, imperative, subjunctive/conditional and interrogative. Interrogative Mood Interrogative statements ask a question. They always end with a question mark, which is the easiest way to spot them. A way to remember is to think of action movies, where criminal suspects are “interrogated” in an “interrogation room.” “Who…

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