aspect duratif

English translation: imperfective or durative aspect

05:20 Jun 19, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
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French term or phrase: aspect duratif
Présentation de module universitaire pour l'apprentissage du japonais:

initier les élèves aux règles de la grammaire japonaise - les particules, les adverbes interrogatifs, l'impératif poli, les aspects du verbe, la conjugaison des verbes, verbe forme-te, l'aspect duratif, la forme suspensive des verbes, les aspects de « desu ».
Andrea McGibney
France
Local time: 09:59
English translation:imperfective or durative aspect
Explanation:
The imperfective (or durative) aspect refers to an action that is viewed
from a particular viewpoint as ongoing, habitual, repeated,
and it contains an internal structure.

https://www.jasstudies.com/Makaleler/386282674_10Depci Aytem...

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Claire N.
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imperfective or durative aspect


Explanation:
The imperfective (or durative) aspect refers to an action that is viewed
from a particular viewpoint as ongoing, habitual, repeated,
and it contains an internal structure.

https://www.jasstudies.com/Makaleler/386282674_10Depci Aytem...



Claire N.
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agree  Charles Davis: I have seen it said that "imperfective" is strictly more suitable (I forget why), but since the French uses "duratif" perhaps better to go with "durative" here.
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agree  philgoddard
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agree  Yvonne Gallagher
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