Realis mood: Difference between revisions
Reference is sometimes made to a "generic mood", for making general statements about a particular class of things; this may be considered to be an aspect rather than a mood. See [[gnomic aspect]].
For other grammatical features which may be considered to mark distinct realis moods, see [[Evidentiality]], [[Sensory evidential mood]], and [[MirativeMirativity]]. See also [[Linguistic modality]].
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