Chapter 6- Verbs AND Mood

Yes! A verb can be in a mood but the mood of a verb does not tell us how a verb feels. It rather tells us how the person who is acting the verb, feels. Mood of Verbs   The moods of a verb have completely different names than a person’s mood.   Indicative Verbs are used when we state a fact.   For example:   I biked I bike I will bike   Imperative Verbs are used when we tell someone []

Chapter 5- Active and Passive Voice and Verbs

Verbs, Active, and Passive   A verb can either be active or passive. When the verb is active then the subject of the sentence actually does something.   For example: Maria hit the ball out of the park. Michaela sang a song.   To make a verb passive you just add some form of ‘to be’ to the verb.   For example:   The dog was walked The dog is walked The dog will be walked   This lesson is very important []


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