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That's interesting, could you give us some examples and interlinears? I'd
like to see how it's formed.
Is your conlang documented online?

Eugene

2009/4/23 Andrew Jarrette <[log in to unmask]>

> --- In [log in to unmask], Yahya Abdal-Aziz <yahya@...> wrote:
> >
> >
> > > Which brings up something I've been wondering: since perfect aspect
> > > and past-in-X absolute-relative tense have such similar meanings, are
> > > there any examples of natlangs distinguishing between the two?
> >
> > [YA]  [ObConLang]  Does anyone have, or know of, a conlang
> > with a fully formed past-in-future, future-in-past, or
> > <relative.tense>-in-<absolute.tense> (or more complex)
> > tense?
> >
>
> My conlang has a fully formed future-in-past.  I based it on such English
> sentences as "Agamemnon would eventually defeat his opponent in the battle
> at Troy" (but my conlang does not use an auxiliary verb).  The closest I
> came to past-in-future was my future perfect, based on English sentences
> such as "By that time everyone will have died" (but again without an
> auxiliary verb, just grammatical endings/reduplication and ablaut).
>
> Andrew Jarrette
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