Chapter 5-11-1: The Indicative Mood

Grammar > Using Verbs > Verb Moods > Indicative Mood

The indicative mood is the most common and is used to express facts and opinions or to make inquiries. Most of the statements you make or you read will be in the indicative mood.

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

Joe picks up the boxes.

The german shepherd fetches the stick.

Charles closes the window.

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