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What is hesternal past tense?



Hesternal past tense is a past tense that refers to a time that is located somewhere in the span beginning with the period defined culturally as "yesterday" and extends back through some period that is considered nonremote.

  A hesternal past tense is a kind of

Comrie 1985b 87–88


Dahl 1985 126

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