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From:DOUGLAS KOLLER <laokou@...>
Date:Monday, August 14, 2000, 23:11
From: "Nik Taylor"

> > It can only be grammatical when you have the proper intonation, and, > > in writing, punctuation: "The horse, [caused to be] raced past the
> > fell down." > > Ah! That does make sense, and with the right intonation isn't even > ambiguous, altho it does still sound a bit peculiar to me. I'd probably > use "The horse, which was raced past the barn, fell down". I'd been > trying to interpret it as an active past tense, i.e., "The horse [which] > raced past the barn fell down"
Whence the garden path, no? Kou