Neff Voice and Mood Review

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Tim killed the chicken hawk. ( What kind of voice ? )

Active Voice ( verbs show the subject acting )

The chicken hawk was killed by Tim. ( What kind of voice ? )

Passive Voice ( verbs show something else acting )

The paper was written by me. ( What kind of voice ?)

Passive voice ( verbs show something else acting )

I wrote the paper. ( What kind of voice ? )

Active Voice ( verbs show the subject acting )

He was here. ( What kind of mood ? )

Indicative mood ( verbs indicate a fact or opinion )

Be here at seven o'clock. ( What kind of mood ? )

Imperative mood ( verbs express commands or requests ) Understood : You will be here at seven o'clock.

If he were here... ( What kind of mood ? )

Subjunctive mood ( verbs which show something contrary to the fact ) It is implied: ...but he's not.

I wish I had something to eat. ( What kind of mood ? )

Subjunctive mood ( verbs which show something contrary to the fact ) It is implied:..but I don't.

I am hungry. ( What kind of mood ? )

Indicative mood ( verbs express commands or requests )

She will bring her books ( What kind of mood ? )

Indicative mood ( verbs express commands or requests )

Cook me an omelette. ( What kind of mood ? )

Imperative mood ( verbs express commands or requests ) Understood : You cook me an omelette.

Bring your books with you. ( What kind of mood ? )

Imperative mood ( verbs express commands or requests ) Understood : You bring your books with you.

It would be better if you had brought your books with you. ( What kind of mood ? )

Subjunctive mood ( verbs which show something contrary to the fact ) It is implied:..but you haven't brought them.

I need some help. ( What kind of mood ? )

Indicative mood ( verbs express commands or requests )

If I were smart, I'd call for help. ( What kind of mood ? )

Subjunctive mood ( verbs which show something contrary to the fact )

Help me ! ( What kind of mood ? )

Imperative mood ( verbs express commands or requests )

What is Indicative mood ?

Verbs which indicates a fact or opinion.

What is Imperative mood ?

Verbs which express commands or requests.

What is Subjunctive mood ?

Verbs which show something contrary to fact.

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