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1. Which sentence is written in the subjunctive mood?

If the theme park were free, they would go every day.
It was the best ride the children had ever been on.

 


 

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2. Which sentence is written in the subjunctive mood?

All three boys tried to score a goal during the game.
If Lewis were to score a hat-trick in the next five minutes, he would be happy.

 


 

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3. Which sentence is written in the subjunctive mood?

If they enjoy today, they might join a mountain climbing club.
If it were to snow soon, they would be stuck on the mountain.

 


 

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If Hoppy were to jump any higher, he could land on the moon.

 

4. Which three words tell you the sentence is written in the subjunctive mood?

were, clould, land
if, were, could

 


 

girl-space-cadets

I wish I were an astronaut floating in space.

 

5. Which two words tell you the sentence is written in the subjunctive mood?

I, wish
wish, were

 

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