For each of the sentences, students rewrite it by changing an imperative sentence to an interrogative sentence and an interrogative sentence to imperative one.
Verb Mood Worksheets
In grammar, verbs and sentences have a mood. The major types of mood are indicative, imperative, interrogative, conditional, and subjunctive. Student gain a higher understanding of language and the author’s intent by recognizing these different moods. The worksheets on grammatical mood are listed below. You may view them, print them, or download them by clicking on the title. They are free for home or classroom use.
The imperative mood is a sentence that gives a command. This mood is common in English sentences. In the blank before the sentence students write IM if the verb is in the imperative mood. Write No if it is not.
With this worksheet, students learn about indicative verbs, writing IN if the verb is in the indicative mood and write No if it is not.
The interrogative mood is a sentence that asks a question. The conditional mood is a sentence that states a possibility. In the blank before the sentence students write INT if the verb is in the interrogative mood. Write CO if it is in the conditional mood.
The subjunctive mood is a sentence that expresses a hope, a doubt, or an imaginary situation. In the blank before the sentence students write SUB if the verb is in the subjunctive mood. Write No if it is not.