anonymous
  • anonymous
Studying for my English 4 exam, would someone be willing to help me in some of the areas I am struggling with? My exam is on Monday.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Currently trying to figure out what a indicative mood is, in a sense that I can understand.
Koikkara
  • Koikkara
\(\Huge\tt\color{#CC0000}W\color{#CD0B00}e\color{#CF1700}l\color{#D12200}c\color{#D32E00}o\color{#D53900}m\color{#D74500}e~\color{#DB5C00}t\color{#DD6800}o~\color{#E17F00}O\color{#E38B00}p\color{#E59600}e\color{#E7A200}n\color{#E9AD00}S\color{#EBB900}t\color{#EDC500}u\color{#EFD000}d\color{#F1DC00}y\color{#F3E700}!\color{#F5F300}!\) @courtieallen In traditional grammar, \(Indicative ~Mood\) is the mood of the verb used in ordinary objective statements and questions...i.e.. The indicative mood is a verb form which makes a statement or asks a question. \(For ~Example:\) \(>\) Jack sings every Friday. (This is a verb in the indicative mood.) \(>\) Sing us a song, Jack. (This verb is not in the indicative mood. It is in the imperative mood.) The vast majority of sentences are in the indicative mood. \(Ref:\) http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/indicative_mood.htm

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