What are the two moods a verb can take besides subjunctive and indicative?

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Feb 18, 2017

Answer:

They are interrogative and imperative. See explanation.

Explanation:

There are 4 moods of verbs in English:

  1. Subjunctive - a verb expressing assumptions or hypothetical situation - If I won in a lottery, I would buy a new car.

  2. Indivative - a verb giving information about a fact - John got a book for his birthday.

  3. Interrogative - used to form questions - What is your name?

  4. Imperative - giving orders or commands - Please, open the window.