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You're most welcome!
Thank you! I think I understood the points now.
I am wondering what the difference between 'being elliptical' and 'grammatically wrong' is.
e.g. Here's a picture (of) my father.
If I remove 'of' from the example I gave above, I think it is wrong grammatically. But now, I would ague, 'no wrong, it is elliptical.'
Any suggestion? Thank you!
Yes thedaffodils, if you happen to leave out word(s) in English, you can always say that it's meant to be elliptical.
It's understand, dear.I think I understood the points now