Lesson 42: UM Verbal Aspects
We now move on to learning the Tagalog verbal aspects, which work like verb tenses in the English language but with slight differences. We will then learn about how to express the UM actor focus verbs if the action happened in the past, present, future, or recently.
A segment about the UM occasional verb aspects, which refers to actions that happen from time to time (but not habitually), is available on the Patreon version of this episode.
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