[Spellyans] in me, in you, etc.
njawilliams at gmail.com
Sun Apr 21 16:55:18 BST 2013
If Gendall does not consider it a pattern to follow, why does he use it at all?
On 21 Apr 2013, at 15:48, Chris Parkinson wrote:
> I mention that it occurs in a lesson on imperatives as opposed to a lesson on inflected prepositions, which information you did not give. Dick , as you point out, did not include it in his paradigm of ‘in’ as he does not consider it as a pattern to follow any more than you do.
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