Spanish Grammar Guide

Mood: indicative, subjunctive, imperative and conditional

Mood refers to special verb forms that convey information about the speaker's desires, certainty, or opinion regarding a fact. The main categories for mood in Spanish are the indicative, the majority of verb forms you have seen up till now, e.g.: Ya me voy; the subjunctive, e.g.: Quiero que tú te vayas; and the conditional, e.g.: Me gustaría irme.

The imperative and the interrogative also fall into the category of mood.

Like tense, information regarding mood is indicated on the verb by stem changes and suffixes.

Verb conjugation:
Spanish Grammar Guide » Verbs (e.g.: hablar, venir, ser, tener, hacer)
 
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