Focal inferential is used for states, events or actions taking place at the same time it is being reported or also in a past
period of reference, and expresses that the knowledge of the fact is inferred from evidence,
be it sensorial perception, logical deduction or direct report from a trusted source.
That knowledge is most often presented as new information, sometimes unexpected, for the speaker himself.
The temporal distinction between a past and a present state, event or action is not marked grammatically,
the tense must be decided from the context.
The state, event or action may have occurred in the past:
You were apparently sleeping (at that time).
Or it may occur in the near future:
Ta'tilda Turkiyaga ketayotgan ekansiz?
It looks like you will be going to Turkey on holidays, isn't it?
Yes, we will be going there.