Category:Verbal Categories
Feature:The Perfect WALS
Name:From 'finish', 'already'
Languages (54):
Conlangs (46):
Kamakawi
Terkunan
SASXSEK
Ayeri
Velyan
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Wilas
Ferzhic
Ngovasi
Anyael
Lhueslue
Plitnakya
Aaro
Elanian
Endehl
Celinese

The verb tasí (to be after, to follow) in the present tense, or the expression tyrú (already) with a past tense verb convey the present in Celinese.

Lyfir lyfroí - I read the book.

Lyfir lyfrí canthí - I'm after reading the book.

Tyrú lyfrir lyfroí - I (have) already read the book.

Verunic
Redspeech
Korpasian
Himmaswa

The standard perfect mood is indicated with the verb 'dua' - be finished already - the use of which is now mainly restricted to indicating perfect aspect.

'Tui peak dua.' - He has left.

The experiential perfect is indicated with the verb 'joum' - pass; elapse; expire - indicating a completed experience.

'Tui nlooayk joum.' - He has seen (it) before.

Dothraki
Applelang
City Speech
Thensarian Can sometimes be expressed with cessative (this has a cumulative meaning). In relative clauses the past participles can have a perfect meaning (past relative to the main clause).
Shokitin
Temarp
Ronc Tyu
Khulls
Jot wugta ha
urdcax
Ekorat
Proto-Toroq
Hy'Bae
Omayna
Jutean
Ernalan
Lingua Franca Nova
Mayato MKII
Esperanto 1894
Istokahi
griuskant
Wistanian
Menxháo
Q.T. Lingua Franca
Kavrinian
Common Minervan

Natlangs (8):
Indonesian
Amele
Burmese
Fijian
Khmer
Meithei
Thai
Yoruba