Can your pupils answer this Subjunctive Mood question?
If the pirates were to find any more chests,
they would be going home even richer.
Copy the three words that tell you the sentence is written in the subjunctive.
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What is The Subjunctive Mood?
Sentences written in the subjunctive mood are about things that are not actually happening and are not likely to happen.
This unit has examples of the subjunctive mood being used in simple sentences and looks at hypothetical situations.
This unit gives sentence examples and looks at the verb were which is always used and the verb if which is often used with were.
The unit looks at clues that a sentence is written in the subjunctive and the use of the word wish as part of the subjunctive mood.
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