"Moods" in the English Grammar
Grammatical mood is a special feature of the verbs that is used to indicate a modality. Modality represents the attitude of the speaker. Let's get to know them.
What Are Moods ?
Moods are formed by using special verbs that can imply different concepts. Basically, there are five moods in English. Imperative mood is used to give orders or to make requests. The interrogative mood is used to ask a question that you are not sure about its answer.
The indicative mood is used to express a fact. The conditional mood is used to express two events that will happen based on each other.
The subjunctive mood is used to express our desires, wishes, and regrets.
Every verb can be used to make different moods whether main verbs, modals, or auxiliary verbs.