A glossary of English grammatical and linguistic terms, with definitions, explanations and example sentences. This glossary of English grammar terms ...
* note that technically English does not have a real future tense
** some authorities consider the base form of the verb without "to" to be the true infinitive
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Aspect usually shows us things like whether the action is finished or not, or if something happens regularly. English has two aspects : progressive and perfect . In English, aspect is usually shown by using participle verb forms. Aspect can combine with present or past tense.
When conjugating -er and -ir verbs, their endings are the same. 
Jamie, meanwhile, wants to die. Rupert Mackenzie saves him from the battlefield and takes him to an infirmary of other Jacobites, which is eventually seized by the Redcoats. An officer by the name of Melton orders that they shall all be shot for their treason, including the young boys who were part of the battle. Even though the battle has ended, the violence and death isn’t over. One by one, the Jacobites are taken out back and shot. Jamie, believing he will never see Claire again and knowing that he has not changed the course of history as he had once hoped to, is eager to be put out of his misery. Knowing that Jamie makes it out alive adds a little suspense to the otherwise dreary scenes. As it turns out, Melton’s brother is William Grey, the young man who promised Jamie a debt of honor last season. As we’ve seen before, people took debts of honor and promises very seriously back then. Melton refuses to kill Jamie for the sake of his family’s honor, so he puts him on a carriage to Lallybroch, where Jamie is reunited with his family. It’s a convenient coincidence, but a lot of Outlander hinges on meaningful coincidences that ultimately tie into the show’s sense of fatalism. Even though there’s still darkness ahead, Jamie’s return to Lallybroch is nothing short of magical. Though it’s just beneath the surface right now, Outlander hasn’t lost its sense of hope completely.