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Mood is a form of the verb that shows different kinds of statement.
1) The indicative mood states a thing as a fact, such as "John runs." Or it asks a question, like "where is John?"
2) The potential mood states a thing as a possibility, such as "John can run."
3) The subjunctive mood states a thing as doubtful, like "if John runs."
4) The imperative mood states a thing as a command, as, "Run John."

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