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# indicative mood - MGMAT

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Hi,

On page 121, the answer for question # 9 talks about the indicative mood; however, I don't see anywhere in the book where it talks about this mood.

can any one give me a brief explanation please?

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06 Jan 2010, 18:31
The indicative mood is used to express facts and opinions and/or ask a question. Verbs are normally used like this in English.

The verbs in the following sentences are all in the indicative mood:

Joe picks up the boxes.
The dog fetches the ball.

Hope this helps.

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