Moods in Verbs Definition: Mood is the state or quality of being or feeling at a particular time
Indicative The indicative mood states a fact . Example: The rain is pouring.
Imperative The subject is not directly in the sentence. The subject is “you understood”. Imperative mood is a command. Example: Take your seat.
Interrogative Interrogative mood is a question or request. Example: Willyou take Julia to the dance?
Subjunctive The subjunctive mood uses the form of the verb be. The subjunctive mood of the verb to be is be in the present tense and were in the past tense NO MATTER what the subject is. Examples: I wish I were an Oscar Meyer wiener. If I were you, I would tell the truth. The subjunctive mood is NOT factual. It is wishes, possibilities, doubts, or suggestions.
Conditional. This mood is something that can really happen based on something else happening. Examples: Ifyou clean your room, you may go to the party. You will wake the baby if you make too much noise.