Verb Mood Worksheets

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Explore the infectious sense of intrigue surrounding our free, printable verb mood worksheets. The heart of the verb mood is the tone it sets the verb in a sentence. Look at 1: I am eating pizza, 2: Eat pizza, and 3: I wish I could eat pizza. While it’s the delicious pizza that lends its weight to each sentence, it’s the changing verb mood that instantly captures the imagination of a grammar enthusiast. The exercises in our verb mood worksheets pdf center around the different grammatical moods.

Our verb mood worksheets are ideal for students in grade 8 and high school.

CCSS: L.8.1.C and L.8.1.D

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Indicative Verb Mood

The most widely used mood, the indicative mood doesn’t need to be any more complex than it sounds. Not only do children hammer home the indicative mood, they also get a run of verb moods from which they’re doing the conversion.

Indicative Verb Mood

Subjunctive Verb Mood

Home in on the subjunctive mood in this section of our verb mood worksheets pdfs for 8th grade children. Give children hands-on training about how to express wishes, suggestions, demands, or desires in a sentence.

Subjunctive Verb Mood

Identifying Verb Moods

Close out our printable identifying verb mood worksheets with a final act where the interrogative, imperative, conditional, and conjunctive moods band together to give grade 8 and high school students the ultimate verb mood experience.

Identifying Verb Moods

Correcting Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Moods

Consistency means we must put the elements of the list or series in a grammatically equal form. Children in grade 8 and high school will broaden their horizons as they choose the correct option to replace the highlighted part in each sentence.

Correcting Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Moods