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    hello theacher .
    how do you do ?
    actually i study lingustics in my faculty , we study trditional latin-influnenced models , here what we studied last lecture :-

    Greek was comprehensively decribed by Dionysius Thrax towards the end of the second century BC. All Greek words were classified in terms of case , gender , number , tense , voice and mood .

    could you teacher explain what the last word (mood ) means ?

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    The imperative, the indicative and the subjunctive are all moods.

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