Definición de imperfective en inglés:

imperfective

Silabificación: im·per·fec·tive
Pronunciación: /ˌimpərˈfektiv
 
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Grammar

adjetivo

Relating to or denoting an aspect of verbs, especially in Slavic languages, that expresses action without reference to its completion. The opposite of perfective.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Different kinds of complements and modifiers can often coerce a perfective or an imperfective reading.
  • For example, Diyari and Dhirari - two Australian languages utilize different sets of markers for implicated clauses, imperfective relative clauses and perfective relative clauses, as the following table shows.
  • Particularly puzzling can be perfective verbs in the imperfect and imperfective ones in the aorist.

sustantivo

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The imperfective aspect, or an imperfective form of a verb.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In the Slavonic languages, the perfective and imperfective are signalled by inflections on the verb, the perfective denoting the completion of the activity and the imperfective its non-completion.
  • Much of complexity in the use of tense and aspect in English derives from the fact that the categories of perfective and imperfective allow a number of subcategories.
  • The perfective aspect is usually formed from the imperfective either by prefixation or by suffixation.

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