How to determine the inclination of the verb ?

How to determine the inclination of the verb ?

What is the mood of the verb?This grammatical category that expresses the modal verbs, that is the reality or unreality of the action in relation to the reality and the desirability or undesirability of action to face the speaker.Details - Articles What is a verb, and What are the verbs.

verbs Russian language can be used in three moods: indicative, conditional and imperative.Consider every inclination in more detail.

Indicative Mood

Indicative Mood of the verb is used to transmit the presence or absence of action within any time (past, present or future).The main difference between the verbs in the imperative mood - they may change from time to time.For more information about verbs, see the article How to determine the time of the verb.So, if the verb is in the present, past, or future time, and transmits the real action, it is used in the indicative mood.

Example: Cup is (was, will be) on the table.

Conditional

used to express an action that can only be done under some circumstances.Distinctive feature - add "to" particles ( "b"), which can be placed anywhere in the proposal.It is used only in the past tense.

Example: A cup would be standing on the table, if he did not take it.

Imperative

To transmit the will of the speaker (the request, the board, the order).The most common is in the second person.The number in this case can be singular and the plural.Example: Put (put) a cup on the table.

If imperative verb is used in the third person, it will be necessary to have the future tense, and added to it the word "let" (sometimes "yes").Example: Let put the cup on the table.

If this verb is used in the first person, it always has a plural.Sometimes I add the word "come".Example: [Let's] put the cup down on the table.With all these features it is possible to say that the verb is used in the imperative mood.