What Are Temporal Concepts in Language?

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Temporal concepts in language are words which pertain to time. Examples in the English language includes now, then, tomorrow, next year, before,yesterday, tonight and today. Some culture's languages lack an extended temporal concept, with no words expressing next year or even tomorrow.
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