anonymous
  • anonymous
One of the types of verb moods you learned about in the preceding video is the subjunctive mood. Remember that the subjunctive mood expresses doubts, wishes, or possibilities, and most often appears in clauses that begin with the word if. Example: If Julio practiced more often, he would be a better soccer player. Sandra Cisneros employs this verb mood frequently in The House on Mango Street. For this assignment, your task is to identify two instances of the subjunctive mood in The House on Mango Street.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Complete the following steps by writing 300-400 words: Directly quote each of your examples of subjunctive mood in The House on Mango Street. Identify which vignette each example was taken from and which character it is relevant to. Briefly (in 50-100 words) explain how/why Cisneros' use of the subjunctive mood helps reveal the inner doubts, wishes, and hopes (possibilities) of her characters.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please help im desperate to get this done(any help is appreciated and will get a medal)

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