MoodsGrammar may make you moody but that's not what we're talking about now. Verbs have moods. Three of them. The three moods are indicative, imperative, and subjunctive.
(1) indicative - Used most often. For situations when facts and reality, as opposed to guesses, wishes, or imagined situations, are the content of a sentence or clause.
(2) imperative - These verbs are direct commands.
(3) subjunctive - The action or state specified by the verb is the object of a wish, a hope or fear, a request, a conjecture, belief or hypothesis, or is for some reason unreal.
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