Mood is the inflectional category of the verb expressing the relation of action to reality, as measured from the point of view of the speaker.
In Russian, the system of grammatical moods include the following:
1) the real mood, called the indicative;
2) surreal inclination, represented by the imperative and subjunctive moods.
What is the indicative mood
Indicative mood (the indicative) indicates the action that really happened, happens or will happen.
Indicator indicative mood is the personal ending, which also expresses time.
The indicative is the only mood in the Russian language in which the verb is represented 3 times. Examples: run, run, run, read, read, read.
What is imperative
Imperative (imperativ) is a verb mood that expresses a variety of shades requests, orders, etc.
System forms of the imperative are quite diverse and heterogeneous structure of the nuclear forms of the imperative consists of the forms of the 2nd person because the imperative serves primarily the needs of the dialogue.
Verbs in the imperative mood indifferent to the category of time, because the imperative automatically indicates the action that is attributable to plan for the future.
All forms of the imperative are mainly generated from real-time using a suffix "I". Examples: run, read, take, bring.
What is the subjunctive (conditional) mood
Subjunctive (conditional) mood (optative) indicates the action is either desirable, or possible under certain conditions.
From a formal point of view, the present subjunctive is the following: verb in the form of the past tense in all forms in gender and number with the particle "to (b)."
Example: I could, I would live.
Thus, the answer to the question, what is the mood of verbs is quite simple. In determining the inclination value has to be considered and the formation of verb forms.