Deliberative mood

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Deliberative mood (abbreviated DEL) is a grammatical mood that asks whether the speaker should do something, e. g. "Shall I go to the market?"[1]

The Afar language has a deliberative mood, as in aboo "Shall I do (it)?", with the suffix -oo denoting the deliberative.[1]


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