Correcting Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Tense, Voice, and Mood Worksheet

Consistency is the hallmark of good writers! Our free, printable correcting inappropriate shifts in verb tense, voice, and mood worksheet sets students a task in ensuring compatibility between parts of a sentence. A sentence is said to be consistent when the tenses, voices, and moods used in it don’t hinder communication. The highlighted part in each sentence is wrong, as it marks a problematic shift in tense, voice, or mood. The task is for children to pick one of the two options given so the different parts of the sentence are in perfect agreement or harmony.

Our correcting shifts in verb moods worksheet pdf is ideal for students in grade 8 and high school.

CCSS: L.8.1.D

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Correcting Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Tense, Voice, and Mood
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