Videos > Rule 81: Causal Clauses
Causal clauses are those that tell the reason why the main clause happened or was done. In Latin, these are introduced by quod, quia, and quoniam (among others). This video discusses when the indicative mood is used in these clauses, and when the subjunctive verb. Hint: it all comes down to how much you can trust the information given in the clause!
Topics: 91 rules of grammar indicative mood subjunctive mood
Published on January 17, 2022