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Jussive Mood

Jussive Mood

Jussive mood is a directive mood that signals a speaker's command, permission, or agreement that the proposition expressed by his or her utterance be brought about.

Jussive mood is typically applicable in the first and third person.

Page/s: 110
Source: Pei and Gaynor 1954

Pei, Mario A., and Frank Gaynor. 1954.A dictionary of linguistics. New York: Philosophical Library.

Page/s: 10, 24, 39–40, 96,110, 113
Source: Palmer 1986

Palmer, F. R. 1986.Mood and modality. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University.

Page/s: 655
Source: Mish 1991

Mish, Frederick (editor). 1991.Webster's ninth new collegiate dictionary. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster. 1,564 pages. 0877795088; indexed 0877795096; deluxe 087779510X.

Page/s: 247
Source: Chung and Timberlake 1985

Chung, Sandra, and Alan Timberlake. 1985.Tense, aspect, and mood . In Shopen 1985d

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