PrefA: Aspect is expressed through the use of a special prefix.
SuffA: Aspect is expressed through the use of a special suffix.
RdpA: Aspect is expressed through the use of total reduplication.
(1) talən pā luŋən śita xul pā wɔ̄j wēl-l-ət.
in_winter and in_summmer there fish and animal kill-prs-3pl
‘In the summer and in the winter, they always hunt and fish there.’ (habitative) (Onina 2011: 44)
(2) xōt wēr-man ū-s.
house make-conv be.pst.3sg
‘The house has been built up.’ (perfective) (S. O.)
(3) kil-ti – nox kil-ti
wake-inf up wake-inf
‘to wake’ (imperfective) – ‘to wake up’ (perfective) (Onina 2009: 47)
(4) pox man-s, man-s.
boy go-pst.3sg go-pst.3sg
‘The boy was going for a long time.’ (frequentative) (S. O.)