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Verbs and Moods
Transcript of Verbs and Moods
Indicative Mood Most verbs we use are in the indicative mood, which indicates a fact or opinion. Interrogative Mood Some verbs are in the interrogative mood, meaning they are use to request information or action. Verbs He was here.
I am hungry.
She will bring her books. Examples:
•Be here at seven o'clock. (Understood: You be here at seven o'clock.)
•Cook me an omelet. (Understood: You cook me an omelet.)
•Bring your books with you. (Understood: You bring your books with you.)
Will you leave me alone?
Do you like to watch TV?
How long will this last? Conditional Mood Indicating a conditional state that will cause something else to happen. The bomb might explode if I jiggle that switch.
The bomb could explode if you jiggle that switch.
The conditional is marked by the words might, could, and would. Subjunctive Mood Indicating a hypothetical state, a state contrary to reality, such as a wish, a desire, or an imaginary situation If I were a butterfly, I would have wings."
You sneezed! God bless you.
I suggest that you show up on time.