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Aspect:we explain aspect which means an act and a state, it is

expressed with a grammatical form. That is, it is without tense.

Therefore, we may think the future expression is also aspect, but in
English it does not belong to. And aspect can be classified into two
commonly, perfective and progressive. The perfect aspect is the
perfect forms, the present perfect form (PrPF) and the past perfect
form (PaPF) and the future perfect form (FuPF) . The progressive
aspect is the progressive form.
Time: Time is a noun with a number of meanings. In some senses it is countable, and in
others it is uncountable. A good learner’s dictionary will give you its many meanings and tell you
whether it is countable or uncountable.
Tense: The concept of tense in English is a method that we use to refer to time - past, present
and future.  noun [countable, uncountable]    any of the forms of a verb that show the
time, continuance, or completion of an action or state that is expressed by the verb. ‘I am’ is in
the present tense, ‘I was’ is past tense, and ‘I will be’ is future tense.