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What is the progressive morphology?

Dec 8th, 2014

The verb's aspect refers to the frequency or the duration of an action. This information is grammatically marked in a number of languages. Languages often make a basic distinction between complete one-time actions (called "perfective" from Latin perfectum 'done through' or 'carried out'), and ongoing or incomplete actions (labeled "imperfective"). Other aspects include the "progressive" (for actions in progress at a given time, like was studying) or the "frequentative" (actions done over and again like keep studying). Crucially, pay attention to the difference between aspect and tense.

Spanishhablóhablaba
'spoke' (perfective)'used to speak' (imperfective)
Hawaiianʻaleʻaleʻale
'form a wave' (unmarked/default aspect)'form ripples' (frequentative)
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