English/Parts of Speech/Verbs/Moods

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Verbs can come in many moods. The most important moods are:

The moods describe different kinds of sentences, or different uses of sentences, that are usually in different forms. For example, interrogative mood is used when we make questions (use), and usually puts the auxiliary verb before the subject (form).


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