Mood - 85

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Mood is the same word as Mode, which means Manner (of Verb).

There are four main (inflectional / conjugational) Moods in English.

1. Indicative Mood.
2. Imperative Mood.
3. Subjunctive Mood
4. Infinitive Mood.
The differences in these four groups are called “Differences of Mood”.

There can be an extension as follows.}

5. Causative (Causal) Mood.
6. Optative Mood.
7. Conditional Mood.

Or, in English, both these nos. 6. and 7. (Optative and Conditional Moods) can be included in no. 3. (Subjunctive Mood).

We can learn each Mood respectively with relevant examples in the next lessons.

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