Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses

Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood in Noun Clauses
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A friendly conversation between a teacher and student explains what a noun clause is, reminds us of the basic situations in which subjunctive mood is used, and explains why emotion expressed in the independent clause provokes subjunctive in the dependent clause -- even if the statement made is true! Attached exercises allow students to experiment with some verbs of emotion and feeling and write their own dependent, subjunctive clauses.
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