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Daemon
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Aspect

Aspect has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is often confused with tense. How do aspect and tense differ? More...
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Aspect has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is often confused with tense.
Adyl Mouhei
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Daemon wrote:
Aspect

Aspect has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is often confused with tense. How do aspect and tense differ? More...
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Aspect has to do with how an action, state of being, or event as described by a verb relates to time. It is often confused with tense.
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