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If there is a sentence out of mood then what is in of mood ?

Tags: relationships, entertainment, mood
Asked by jameel ahmed, 08 Jan 12:38 pm
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Your question reminds me of a radio programme 'In The Mood' that used to be aired from All India Radio Delhi every night. It was request programme to get your favourite music.
Answered by Lucky, 08 Jan 12:43 pm

 
  
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Happinesss
Answered by ijaz, 08 Jan 12:40 pm

 
  
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The subjunctive in English? Wow okay, this'll be interesting.",
The subjunctive is so ambiguous for me, but generally, this is what I've gathered from it in english. It is used to express necessity, desire, purpose, suggestion and similar ideas, or a counterfactual condition.
FOR EXAMPLE:
Necessity:
It is necessary that he see a doctor
Notice that SEE is in the subjunctive mood. It is not conjugated as per usual with sees as you know it is I see, you see, he SEES..!

So, new example:

I insist that he is here. Indicative mood! A forceful assertion of the fact that he is here
I insist that he be here Subjunctive! A demand that the condition of his presence is being fulfilled!

It is important that she has received appropriate training in preparation for her jump indicative, a fact ...more
Answered by Mickey, 08 Jan 12:39 pm

 
  
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