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is a statement of fact or a question. When a statement or expression or verb expresses an action, that will be called Moods. Actually there three kinds of moods, they are;
1. Indicative mood
Indicative mood is used to make a statement of fact and ask a question.
- Statement of fact:
a lot of book years ago.
by her parent.
- Ask A Question:
2. Imperative Mood
Imperative mood is used to express a
Read the passage loudly!
Take care of yourself!
Try to do the best!
- An entreaty or prayer:
May god bless you!
Have mercy upon us!
3. Subjunctive Mood
Subjunctive is a statement which is used to express possibility, hypothesis or a condition. There are two kinds of subjunctive moods, they are:
1) Present Subjunctive
2) Past Subjunctive
For Present subjunctive, statement will be used to express Present subjunctive occurs.
- Traditional Phrases
God save the king!
Heaven help us!
- Modern English
It is suggested that
mentioned in the meeting.
I recommended that
Take notice that, actually, there is /should/ before the be. The sentence then will be:
The names should be mention .......
All files should be submitted ......
a. Subjunctive "WISH"
I could fly
Take notice that the statement after /I wish/ is impossible thing. In other words, the statement is the same as, "I know that I can not fly".
study this following sentence structure!
b. Conditional Sentence
Conditional "IF" or "IF" Clause is also subjunctive because it contains untrue things or fact in the present time.
If you were a bee, I would be a beautiful flower.
c. As if and As though
/As if/ or /as though/ is like the conditional sentence. This expression is called as subjunctive mood because it pretends to action. To make this sentence, turn into past form!
as if he got drunk.
He commands me
as though he was a commander.
Take notice that there is no differences between /as if/ and /as though/.
d. Form of /It is time/ + Subject
It is time
It is time
they did the deed.
e. /Would rather + subject/
which indicates preferences.
would rather you went on foot.
would rather you treated us.
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