Spanish Indicative MoodStart first lesson
The indicative is one of three moods in Spanish (the other two are the subjunctive and the imperative). The indicative mood is typically used for making factual statements or describing obvious qualities of a person or situation.
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The indicative mood is often used to talk about facts in the present, past, future, or conditional. Check out examples of the indicative used in each of these tenses below.
Present tenses used in the indicative mood include the simple present and the present perfect.
Past tenses used in the indicative mood include the simple past, the imperfect, and the past perfect.
Future tenses used in the indicative mood include the informal future, the simple future, and the future perfect.
Conditional tenses used in the indicative mood include the simple conditional and the conditional perfect.
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