Recognize and Express Ideas That Are Contrary to Fact

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What is really going on in a subjunctive or conditional sentence? Show your class how to recognize the grammatical structures of the conditional and subjunctive moods as clues that point out that things are not as they seem. The video briefly describes each mood, provides examples, and proves how the structure of a sentence can change the tone. The video is not entirely clear, so you might use the provided slides to teach this concept. Also included in the slides are practice activities and assessments.

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