Leopold wrote:Normally, one would think that tenses could have nothing to do with anything but time.
And there is a difference between "tenses having nothing to do with time" and "the primary aspect of tense stems is to convey aspects and not time". Primary is not only.
This is quite intriguing for me, so, as I don't think it possible to get Stanley Porter's book, is it possible to find anything about it in the Net?
Thanks a lot
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