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Level 333

Moods: Subjunctive, Conditional, Indicative & Impe


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Indicative
I would like to eat a cheeseburger
Conditional
If you have pepper jack cheese, put it on my burger.
Indicative
Would you like a cheeseburger or a chicken sandwich?
Imperative
Grab some hamburger buns.
Subjunctive
I wish I had some bacon to add to my burger.
Imperative
Brush the hamburger buns with some olive oil.
Indicative
I like red onions on my burger.
Indicative
How would you like your burger cooked?
Imperative
Toast the hamburger buns while the burgers are cooking.
Indicative
Nothing goes with a burger like french fries.
Subjunctive
If I could have anything that I wanted for lunch, I would have a burger and fries.
Conditional
If you have a fresh tomato, put a slice on my burger.
Indicative
Turkey burgers are not as good as beef burgers.
Conditional
If you have the condiments ready, put them on the table.
Imperative
Let the burgers rest for a minute.
Indicative
Letting the burger rest ensures they will be juicy.
Conditional
If you don't let the burgers rest, they will not be as good.
Subjunctive
I wish I had a burger for lunch.
Indicative
Fast food burgers are not as good as burgers from the grill.
Indicative
Would you like fries with your burger?