Knei is only shown to be used in imperative structures and was translated by the french as please.9 Tenses which contrast with hodiernals, by referring to the past before today or the future after today, are called pre-hodiernal and post-hodiernal respectively.Tedeschi, Philip, and Anne Zaenen, eds.

PossA-2S fish 'Eat your fish.' For a more polite form rather than a straightforward command imperative TAM a is used with adverbial knei.I am not a pie lover, but Pauline sure.

intransitive sense of "to become tense " (often tense up) is recorded from 1946.She wont go or I dont smell anything.