English Grammar Lessons
Indicative Mood - Glossary of Terms
Mood is the form a verb takes to show the manner in which it
is to be regarded (e.g., as a fact, a
command, a wish, an uncertainty).
A verb used to make a statement or ask a question is said to
be in the "indicative mood". The vast majority of sentences
are in the indicative mood.
The sky is
She is not
content with the outcome.
could not breathe our air.
Is that a
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