realis moods
Definition - The set of grammatical moods that indicate that something is actually real and true, e.g. the indicative.

Notes:
1. As opposed to irrealis moods, such as the subjunctive, which indicate that a result is unknown at the time the speaker is speaking.

Example -

(1) John is eating because he is hungry.
(2) Barry is going to a movie.



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