3V0747.01 [Culdy me… bite]; very non-standard form (2/8/80)
Peggy came to me after playing with the dog and said “Bite hand”
I asked, “Who?” She replied, “Culdy me…bite.”
It’s obvious Peggy meant the dog bit her. The agent and patient were
named with no intervening pauses. I consider this a clear, natural
example of a very non-standard form (for English).