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Which of the following is an example of indicative verb mood?

If his parents let him, he will come outside to play.

Open the door for the old lady.

How many days are there until your birthday?

We had spaghetti for dinner.


I think it is d, although I am considering c.

  • English -

    Most English grammarians would say that both c and d are in the indicative mood. However, the author of this question may consider c to be in the interrogative mood.

    Check your text.

  • English -

    This lesson covers three verb moods, indicative, imperative, and subjunctive. Also, the text says that an indicative mood can express a fact, state an opinion, or ask a question. Based on this, it seems like c and d count, although the interrogative mood is not mentioned.

  • English -

    I agree with you. Both c and d are correct.

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