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  • The formation of the aorist for most verbs is not complex, but there are numerous small subcategories which must be learned.
  • Only the rare aorist ( in Serbian the aorist is a tense, not an aspect ) makes no distinction between genders.
  • Only the rare aorist ( in Serbian the aorist is a tense, not an aspect ) makes no distinction between genders.
  • In the subjunctive and imperative mood, however, there are only three tenses ( present, aorist, and perfect ).
  • The preterites ( past perfectives ) of the Romance languages, which are sometimes called'aorist', are an independent development.
  • In Udi, the aorist is an imperfective aspect that is usually a past tense, but can also replace the present tense.
  • This is precisely what happens in Georgian, in the restricted environment of the second or third conjugation verbs in the aorist series.
  • PIE verbs had no tense, but could occur in three distinct " aspects " : the present, aorist and perfect aspect.
  • Ancient Greek has words that are formally similar to the Sanskrit injunctive mood, consisting of aorist and imperfect forms lacking the augment.
  • :Basically, " narrative aorist " means just those uses of the aorist where it corresponds to an English simple past tense.
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