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What is subjunctive and indicative?
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.