Sophie
What is the meaning of the following: He who... He who kills.. He who trusts.. Etc. I find this phraseology in writings, but what does it mean? And why is it written in this way? And why did it change?
Jul 11, 2019 9:50 AM
Answers · 1
'He who' means 'the person who' this structure can be followed by any verb. eg. A person who kills will be in trouble with the law. This means that any person who kills will be in trouble. It is an old form of English. It is often used in proverbs.
July 11, 2019
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