What is a grammatical mood?

    In this week’s Wednesday video, I explained what a German mood is. There really isn’t much else to say that wasn’t said in the video, so you should just watch the video below. I attached the slides from the video below the video just in case you wanted them for some reason.

    What is a mood?

    What is the indicative mood?

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    Learn more about the indicative mood in the post about tenses here.

    What is the imperative mood?

    How do you form the du-form command in German?

    How do you form the ihr-form command in German?

    How do you form the Sie-form command in German?

    How do you form the wir-form command in German?

    What is the subjunctive mood?

    What is the subjunctive mood?

    You can learn more about the subjunctive mood in this post here.

    What’s next?

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    Next week I will talk about what a grammatical voice is and how to use them in German. After that I plan to upload a few videos conjugating some verbs as examples in all tenses, moods, and voices. I’ll start with a regular verb and then show the exceptions to the rules.

    Grammatical Moods

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