[b-hebrew] Tenses and aspects; was: footnotes

B. M. Rocine brocine at twcny.rr.com
Mon Aug 8 11:28:03 EDT 2005


Rolf,

Really...to analyze grammar based on the way something looks on the 
page?  I honestly have never heard of such a thing.

Read some Wm. Faulkner sometime.  The subject and verb of a clause may 
be separated by a hundred words, a dozen commas, and a few semi-colons 
and dashes thrown in for good measure.

Shalom,
Bryan

Rolf Furuli wrote:

> according to the method I use for grammatical analysis BMQM is not a part of 
> c), because it does not graphically occur in that clause.
> 

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