Re: Hi! Reintroducing myself, and introducing bryatesle
|Date:||Wednesday, July 13, 2005, 23:27|
Hello, and thanks for writing.
I got as far as your secondary cases before writing this reply.
The "reciprocal-object" case looks great for one possible answer to the
questions I and the responders raised on the "Reflexive and Reciprocal
Voices in Ditransitives" thread I started earlier this year (since May
The "secondary-subject" case looks great for one possible answer to the
questions I and the responders raised on the "Are commands to believe
felicitous?" thread I started earlier this year (also since May 2005).
I would love to know how Bryatesle (is the capital B /not/ OK?)
says "believe", "know", "choose to believe", "come to believe", "come
to know", and similar things.
Tom H.C. in MI
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