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Mood is the category that distinguishes between the Indicative that denotes factuality of an actionstateevent and Non-indicative ie the category that expresses the attitude of the speaker towards a stateeventaction The members of this category are a Imperative b Subjunctive c Conditionals The modal verbs are also classified under mood However their system is so semantically intricate that it is customary to describe the modals as a separate system of mood The Imperative The imperative is considered to be the most primitive non-flective form the speaker uses this form to impose his authority on the interlocutor attempting to achieve the fulfillment of the action by the interlocutor It does not really imply that the interlocutor will succumb to the authority of the speaker and really carry the action out in the future It is for that reason that the imperative belongs to the non-factual domain Imperative is usually used in the exclamatory sentences although it may turn up in other types of sentences too There are two types of imperative in English 1simple 2complex The simple imperative is used in the second persons singular or plural and can take three forms affirmative negative and emphatic affirmative It has no interrogative form The affirmative has the same form as the base form of the verb although the accent and intonation differ Some grammarians even think that the imperative represents an instance of bare infinitive use because will you can be used after it The negative is formed by means of an unstressed do and the negative particle not or some other negative form The negative imperative always has an unpleasant connotation or it can mean an urgent appeal or request and not an order The emphatic imperative is also formed by using do support Be quick Never mention it again Dont sit down Do sit down The simple imperative that has the same form as the verb base is
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