From: c stirling bartholomew (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Oct 27 2001 - 01:45:39 EDT
I read your post. All of it. One thing you said didn't quite register.
on 10/26/01 3:06 PM, Iver Larsen wrote:
> The genitive is a morphological case, but not a semantic case. It functions
> to bind two nominals together.
Could you elaborate on "but not a semantic case?" Are you saying that
constituents in the genitive case do not perform semantic functions?
Somehow, I don't think you would say that so what I am wondering is . . .
Thanks for a clear, well organized presentation on a complex topic. A model
of lucid thinking.
Clayton Stirling Bartholomew
Three Tree Point
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