What is grammatical mood?

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Jan 31, 2017

Answer:

A grammatical mood is a type of sentence describing its purpose.

Explanation:

A grammatical mood is acategory which describes a purpose of the sentence. The moods can be:

  • indicative mood - the sentence informs about a fact Warsaw is a capital city of Poland.

  • imperative mood - the sentence gives other person a command or an order Open the book at page 10.

  • subjunctive mood - the sentence describes someone's wishes or assumptions In your place I would not do it this way.