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The Subjunctive Mood
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At KS2, children just need to be aware that the subjunctive mood tends to be used in English to write or talk about situations which are not certain or real, particularly in a formal situation. For example, ‘If I were prime minister, I would…’
Note the use of the verb form ‘were’: in the subjunctive, the verb does not change according to the subject.
The subjunctive can also be used to refer to wishes and commands (‘I wish I were there.’ ‘I demand that he give back the money.’)
Take a look at our subjunctive mood activity for more practice on this.
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February 2nd, 2017
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