Category:Verbal Categories
Feature:Position of Tense-Aspect Affixes WALS
Name:Mixed type
Languages (109):
Conlangs (93):
Miapimoquitch
Kamakawi
Kelanian
Cholnish
Sa'nakkan
Novegradian
Dravean
Pasgemanh
Old Adpihi
Quenya
Hasu Khomiyo
Ngengenoef
Rejistanian
Shsiwhe Luwur
Sngõlpowhetet
Rugian
Lhenazi
Fila
project 1
Moten
Paagnnyaglŝ
Thiuas
Anyael
Uzkian
Kymna
Aaro
Elanian
South Eresian
Qucheanya
Renge-Terra
Lhaa: Siri

No tense affixation, only aspect. Perfect, habitual, progressive.

Himmaswa

The majority of aspect markers occur after the main verb, however, two auxiliaries, "flet" - be about to - and "ach" - may; might - occur before the main verb.

Slyrdian
Miwonsha
yiqa' yiywos

different stem vowels

gombazi

Tenses are distinguished by tones, aspects and moods are prefixes

Kaynuryos
Latha
Omluuet
Dothraki
Okuna
Modern low Ponuhi
Sarian
Northern Lorkan
Thensarian Predominantly suffixes; the imperfective past tense has the prefix he-; tonal apophony also marks tense-aspect in certain persons.
Jumban
Adejori
Attian
Interslavic
Begonian
Snahhian
Tizian
Emeranye
Aoma
Netagin
Alashian
Proto-Zachydic
Geulish
Senduri
Riagi
urdcax
Future English
Lohsee
Salga
Ythnandosian
Spraka
Hy'Bae
Omayna
Valthungian
Brooding
Neoquux
Laefevesi
Haotyetpi
Ame language
Abasut
Ernalan
Cyraceí
Red Creek
Kotava
Ganur Lon
Khan Nilau Khaftim
Tajju-njo Gwa
Gravgaln
Kachan
Firen
Pejlanrau Khanech Khaftim
Etelegbe
INS
Dearean
Nylaf
Zdetl
Polarian
Chlouvanem

Natlangs (16):
Russian
Arabic (Egyptian)
Bagirmi
Berber (Middle Atlas)
Basque
Chukchi
Hebrew (Modern)
Jakaltek
Krongo
Latvian
Mangarrayi
Oneida
Persian
Supyire
Wichita
Irish