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What is subjunctive and indicative?

Subjunctive vs. The subjunctive mood is used to talk about desires, doubts, wishes, conjectures, and possibilities. The indicative mood is used to talk about facts and other statements that are believed to be true and concrete. The imperative mood is used to give commands.

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Also question is, what is an example of an indicative verb?

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.)

Beside above, what is the difference between indicative and subjunctive in Latin? The indicative mood is for stating facts, as in: "He is sleepy." The imperative mood is for issuing commands, as in: "Go to sleep." The subjunctive mood is for uncertainty, often expressing as a wish, desire, doubt or hope as in: "I wish I were sleepy."

Regarding this, what does present indicative mean?

The present tense means that the action is occurring now. The indicative mood means that the sentence is a statement of fact. For example, hablar is the infinitive of a common regular verb ending in -ar. To form the present indicative, remove the -ar, which leaves the stem of the verb habl-.

What are the 5 moods?

These moods are: indicative, imperative, interrogative, conditional and subjunctive.

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