grant at cajun.net
Wed Dec 22 14:50:18 EST 1999
Edgar quoting an article wrote:
He [quoted Author of book] repeatedly demonstrates how a predicate could be supplied each time EGW EIMI
appears in the Gospel of John>>>>
So are you here referring to a predicateless sentence where it was implied according to the context?
Would this be an example?
Are you tired of running? I am [tired of running]. implied predicate
Are you the mail carier? I am [the mail carrier]. implied predicate nominative
Mark 14:61: "Are you the Christ the Son of the Blessed One?"
Mark 14:62 "I am" [the Christ the Son of the Blessed One].
Is this what you mean??
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