Indicative

  • (adj): Relating to the mood of verbs that is used simple declarative statements.
    Example: "Indicative mood"
    Synonyms: declarative
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Some articles on indicative:

Congenital Generalized Lipodystrophy - Diagnosis
... testing can also confirm the disease, as mutations in the AGPAT2 gene is indicative of CGL1, a mutation in the BSCL2 gene is indicative of CGL2, and mutations ...
Indicative Limit Value
... In the law of the European Union, indicative limit values, more exactly indicative occupational exposure limit values (IOELVs), are human exposure limits to hazardous substances specified by the Council of ...
Realis Mood - Indicative - English Indicative - Modern English
... The indicative mood is for statements of actuality or strong probability The spine-tailed swift flies faster than any other bird in the world ... One may use "do", "does", or "did" with the indicative for emphasis ... Indicative Mood Present indicative Jerry laughs on television ...
Persian Verbs - Conjugations
... both active and passive voices) are never used in modern Persian Indicative Imperfective perfect, Imperfective pluperfect Subjunctive Imperfective preterite, Imperfective pluperfect Active ...
Hungarian Verbs - Moods
... Hungarian verbs have 3 moods indicative, conditional and subjunctive / imperative ... The indicative has a past and non-past tense ... The conditional has a non-past tense and a past form, made up of the past tense indicative as the finite verb with the non-finite verb volna ...

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Famous quotes containing the word indicative:

    Could anything be more indicative of a slight but general insanity than the aspect of the crowd on the streets of Chicago?
    Charles Horton Cooley (1864–1929)