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Get Good At Grammar: Verb Mood (Verbs Are Now Self-Aware, Which Means We’re All Doomed)

I’m not a word doctor, but I am really good at words and want to help you help your words. Just think of me as an unlicensed linguisticologist.

In this installment, we look at verb mood and how it will be the death of us all. Enjoy! (While you can.)

What Is Verb Mood, And Why Should…

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I cover art, culture, film, comedy, creativity, books, and more at https://medium.com/the-reckless-muse

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