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In what mood (or case) are the following sentences?
82. Zach wishes that he didn’t live in a small apartment.
A: indicative mood
B: imperative mood
C: subjunctive mood
D: none of the above

83. He uses headphones when he practices at home.
A: indicative mood
B: imperative mood
C: subjunctive mood
D: none of the above

84. “Don’t turn up the volume too loud, Zach.”
A: indicative mood
B: imperative mood
C: subjunctive mood
D: none of the above

I choose
82: C
83: A
84: B

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    All your answers are correct.

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