Which verb mood is used in the following sentence from the selection?

If you have any sense at all, avoid Storm Fever.
A. Indicative
B. Sunjunctive
C. Conditional
D. Imperative
Is the answer B?

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In another question ms sue said the question was A.

No, the answer is not B. The verb mood used in the sentence "If you have any sense at all, avoid Storm Fever" is D. Imperative.

To determine the verb mood in a sentence, we need to examine the form and context of the verb. In this case, the verb "avoid" is an imperative verb, which is used to give commands or make requests. The speaker is instructing the listener to avoid something, indicating an imperative mood.

The indicative mood (A) is used to state facts or ask questions, while the subjunctive mood (B) is used to express wishes, hypothetical situations, or uncertainty. The conditional mood (C) is used to express actions or events that depend on a condition. None of these fit the context of the sentence, so the correct answer is D. Imperative.

Yes. Subjunctive