Doctor Who GrammarThere are three main "parts" of Time Lord grammar. These "parts" are: Tense, Sub-Tense and FormDoctor Who Grammar in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The most simple way to explain how these parts go together is to observe the following equation:
Tense + Sub-Tense + Form = Subject Of Sentence
So everything that follow is all in order to say "I" or "You" in such a way that it will make sense to a Time Traveler. Now we will examine the parts of grammar in greater detail.
There are 18 Tenses. The Tense is the general messurment of Time, relative to the subject
Tenses have two parts, which for simplicity's sake we will call Group A and Group B.
Group A = The "Time" of the event you are speaking of.
Used when talking to one of your previous Regenerations.
This is more like the Future tense of English and other Earth Languages.
-A Fixed Point
-Events Which Occurred In A Paradox
Example: The Year That Never Was