I don't think so, unless you add more words maybe... English tends to have more tenses, on top of more complicated tenses that you must use or the listener\reader will have difficulty understanding when the time is. So it's easier to be more precise with 'time' in English than Norwegian. A lot of languages are like this...fewer tense forms, but could compensate with more words, but I notice many just use simple forms. You'll have to rely on the context of the sentence, which is easier with a paragraph. But at the moment it seems the closest tense you can think of works.