An Historical Syntax of the English Language, Volume 3

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Preface
xxiii
Me were better I were better me had better etc 41
xxxviii
CHAPTER
3
In invocations type A bless you
9
In stage directions type A sits down
15
536
19
IT AS SUBJECT
36
Type Ic it eom
42
The copula to be used twice He is by way of being a hero 308
275
168
277
230
279
TWO OBJECTS
280
234
305
Type Him tweonode impersonal 324
311
Type I obey command pardon serve to him 3256
325
327
331

Type It is asked me + clause
49
Type He was rich was Dick
55
Type That she loves him it is apt and of great merit
58
Subject pluralpredicate singular
72
Two subjects
83
Two coordinated subjects of different person 111
89
439
93
Concord after myself thyself etc used as subject 126
95
II
108
The various types
119
Old English intransitive verbs
130
Quasitransitive verbs e g to amble to hop
145
Verbs now with now without reflexive object 160
160
Independent to be 1701
170
Type You dont believe itI do S 1978
173
Independent to be + adjunct of direction 1745
176
After than 189193
189
A Copulas of aspect 2324
191
Similar types with to be to have etc e g or have they? 206 177
206
459
210
C With no more neither ne nor 220 181
220
Definition of the term copula 228 189
228
B Copulas of modality seem þyncan etc 235 208
235
The complement of the copulas 240307
242
f Complement the word so SS 284297
255
167
257
k Complement a prepositional phrase e g He is at a loss 293306
266
Type he was mara eallum gesceaftum with adjective in comparative 349
349
Type Us is to donne hit 36769 351
367
Disappearance of causative object after O E period 3734 358
373
Verbs of getting begetting gaining buying losing etc 383
383
VISSER An Historical English Syntax
385
Indeterminate cases 392
392
Type he laughed at me 394400
398
type He laughed at me
406
Remarks on final position of prepos in attributive clauses 412
412
The direct object as sole object 418666
418
Instrumental objects 425
425
Reciprocal objects 47991
439
It as direct object 492500
449
Type which I stood with Shelley at the picture to admire 5415
492
Heralding objects SS 50126
502
Semiindependent shall will can etc + object 573
508
To be sure + object 597
517
Absolute
525
So as quasi object 8 52731
528
In the type which when John saw began to bark 619
532
Direct Object + Objective Complement 645
550
a Indirect Object + Causative Object
606
c Direct Object + Ablative Object
618
Type Man him acearf heafod 6967
632
h Two Prepositional Objects
646
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