Subjunctive Situations: Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood

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In Q and A format (useful for an in-class reading) one friendly person explains to another why we use subjunctive mood in dependent clauses when emotion is expressed in the independent clause. Then, students get a chance to practice by filling in the verb in a pre-written sentence -- and making up their own, original sentences. Two pages of explanation and 3 pages of exercises.
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Subjunctive Situations: Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood
Subjunctive Situations: Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood
Subjunctive Situations: Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood
Subjunctive Situations: Emotion and the Subjunctive Mood