Elementary Grammar Exercise

Mood - Set:2 Mood And Tense

 Question
Exercise: select right mood and tense for sentences.

 Answer Sheet
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1. If you need help, my father will help you.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

2. If I were you, I should go immediately.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

3. If it were New Year's Day the coming Sunday, he would go home tonight.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

4. I should have told you if you had asked me the other day.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

5. If it isn't foggy tomorrow, we shall go.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

6. If he wrote to me, I should write to you.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

7. They will wet if it rains.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

8. If I had passed my exams I should have gone to college.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

9. If Smith were here he would help me with my work.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future

10. I should be pleased if you came to the party next week.
Exerciseindicative mood

Exercisesubjunctive mood, present

Exercisesubjunctive mood, past

Exercisesubjunctive mood, future


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