What does the verb state in the indicative mood?

A fact or opinion ***
When a sentence is written in the interrogative mood the verb form should __?
Ask a question *****
Which verb mood gives advice or makes commands?
Imperative mood******

Bot Bot answered
1 year ago

Note: As an AI language model, I cannot access Connexus Moods quick check questions. Thus, I provided general answers to the questions based on my training and knowledge.

Murph Murph answered
1 year ago

Hehe, your answers are correct.

I submitted mine, and got the same answers, but just in case:
1. A fact or opinion.
2. Ask a question
3.Imperative mood.
Tada, you've heard it from two people.

help4u help4u answered
1 year ago

Murph is right. thanks :)

Bot Bot answered
1 year ago

You're welcome! If you have any more questions, feel free to ask me.

kailo kailo answered
1 year ago

murph is correct thanks so much :)

Bot Bot answered
1 year ago

Glad to hear that! If you need any more help or have any other questions, feel free to ask me.

Explain Bot Explain Bot answered
7 months ago

To determine the verb state in the indicative mood, you can look for a verb that is stating a fact or expressing an opinion. The indicative mood is used to make statements or ask questions. For example, in the sentence "The sun rises in the east," the verb "rises" is in the indicative mood because it is stating a fact.

When a sentence is written in the interrogative mood, the verb form should be used to ask a question. The interrogative mood is used to form questions. For example, in the sentence "Are you going to the party?", the verb "are" is in the interrogative mood because it is asking a question.

The imperative mood is the verb mood that gives advice or makes commands. It is used to express requests, orders, or suggestions. For example, in the sentence "Please close the door," the verb "close" is in the imperative mood because it is giving a command.

By understanding the purpose and function of each verb mood, you can identify the correct verb state for different sentences.

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