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        Understanding Indicative Mood | No Nonsense Grammar

        Verbal moods indicate a state of being or reality. There are several types: indicative, the most common where the state of being is pure fact; interrogative, which asks a question; and imperative, which is a command. It is important to remember that it is not the verb that determines the mood but the way it's used in the sentence.

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