Did you know that verbs have moods, too? Learn about how writers can use verb moods—indicative, imperative, interrogative, subjunctive, and conditional—in sentences to indicate the purpose or attitude of the speaker. After studying examples of different verb moods, students will practice identifying the verb mood of sentences. Then students will rewrite sentences, and write their own original sentences, using the different verb moods. With two pages of practice, this eighth-grade grammar worksheet supports students’ writing skills by having them study and practice a variety of sentence types.