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  • The tense / aspect system of Bajan is fundamentally unlike that of English.
  • The tense / aspect system of Kriol is fundamentally unlike that of English.
  • The English tense aspect system has two morphologically distinct tenses, present and past.
  • The tense, mood, and aspect system is typically quite different from western Persian.
  • Mlahs?is grammatically similar to the classical language, and continued to use a similar aspect system to it.
  • Her primary research interests are second-language temporality and tense-mood-aspect systems and interlanguage pragmatics.
  • The tense aspect system of Gaelic is ill-studied; Macaulay ( 1992 ) gives a reasonably comprehensive account.
  • Mood does not normally form a separate system in Mayan, but is instead intertwined with the tense / aspect system.
  • This would help him deal with the intricacies of describing the tense and aspect system of Arabic later in his career.
  • Most signaling aspect systems have a parallel set of aspects for use with dwarf signals that differ from aspects used in high signals.
  • Some believe this is due to a grammatical change of inflection from an aspect system to a tense system, with adjectives predating the change.
  • By late PIE, however, as the aspect system evolved, the need had arisen for verbs of a different aspect than that of the root.
  • An optical aspect system operated from launch until September 3, 1974 at which time the optical aspect system was turned off and failed to turn back on.
  • An optical aspect system operated from launch until September 3, 1974 at which time the optical aspect system was turned off and failed to turn back on.
  • If the others agree with that, I would suggest giving some more details about the function of voice, word order and its functions and the development of the aspect system.
  • In early PIE, the aspect system was less well-developed, and root verbs were simply used in their root aspects, with various derivational formations available for expressing more specific nuances.
  • Various other aspects, generally paralleling the complex aspect system of the Slavic languages, are formed by auxiliary verbs or prefixes, sometimes combined with the reflective particle ??? ( " zikh " ).
  • The Slavic languages have a fine and rigid aspect system; in English there s the distinction between progressive and non-progressive ( simple ) and a distinction between present perfect and past; in the Romanic languages the imperfect serves to denote background actions.
  • In Proto-Slavic and Old Church Slavonic, the old and new aspect systems coexisted, but the new aspect has gradually displaced the old one, and as a result most modern Slavic languages have lost the old imperfect, aorist, and most participles.