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A good way to try out a fitness center is to utilize free trials of the facility.True or False?
Using free trails is a good way to try out a fitness center. Otherwise, you may join and not like it. [ However, if you have multiple gyms around, you could take on free trails at each to find the one you like best considering features, rates, variety in gear, etc. ]
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Performance evaluation tests do NOT measure: SPORT KNOWLEDGE.
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Thanks, Deb for your explanation.
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I actually think we're both (all) wrong. The imperative mood is used for commands, or requests that people do things (which are more or less commands put more politely). The sentence in the user's question, which is not asking/telling someone to do something, but merely requesting information, actually uses the interrogative mood - see link here:
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Interrogative is a type of sentence but the three verb moods are considered imperative, subjunctive or indicative. Imperative is a request or command; indicative is a statement or question, subjunctive is hypothetical. The verb Tell is a request. The beginning of the sentence could be removed, but is in there for politeness.
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It seems even the grammarians have mixed views about this one!
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Yes they do. The options are provided though. I think CAN is a interrogative but TELL is imperative. You could delete the first part of the sentence and it would be more clearly imperative. You could also change it to Would you TELL, Please TELL, When you have finished reading, will you TELL... etc. Tell is imperative and that is the verb the question pertains to.
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