Re: dumb question about tense names
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, January 21, 2006, 16:32|
Cian Ross <cian@...> writes:
> I presume I'm not alone in having a set of tenses that cover
> past+present and present+future (in Veldan). But has anyone come up
> with a name for either of those? I presume the answer is 'yes' and I'm
> just not looking in the right places.
Usually, they're called 'no-future' and 'non-past'. In Japanese
grammar, you'll see 'non-past'.
Relay 13 is forthcoming: