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Other moods existing in English besides the indicative are the [[imperative mood|imperative]] ("'''Be''' quiet!") and the [[conditional mood|conditional]] ("I '''would be''' quiet") (although this is not always analyzed as a mood) and in some dialects, the [[English subjunctive|subjunctive]] (as in "I suggest you '''be''' quiet"). For some further information see [[English verbs]] and [[Uses of English verb forms]].
 
== Other realis moods ==
Although the indicative is generally the main or only realis mood, certain other languages have additional forms which can be categorized as separate realis moods.
 
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