PASAN THN PISTIN
Harold R. Holmyard III
hholmyard at ont.com
Thu Jan 18 07:39:58 EST 2001
I was following you comments well until I hit:
>In English, you can say "the good men", "the ten good men", "all the good men"
>and "all (the) ten good men", but you cannot say "the all good men" or
>souls". You can say "the whole group of souls". I am not sure if English
>"these my good men". If not, the possessives should be included in the
>determiners. So for English, we could posit an order like
I cannot guess (it is early in the morning) what S and W represent. Could
you please tell me and let me feel embarrassed? Thanks.
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