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English Grammar: The Imperative
Mood is the category that distinguishes between the Indicative (that denotes factuality of an action/state/event) and Non-indicative i.e. the category that expresses the attitude of the speaker towards a state/event/action. The members of this category are:
The modal verbs are also classified under mood. However, their system is so semantically intricate that it is customary to describe the modals as a separate system of mood.
The imperative is considered to be the most primitive non-flective form: the speaker uses this form to…
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