complement 定义： a word or phrase that follows a verb and describes the subject of the verb
1. John is cold.
原句在真实英文世界里的故事：John exists in being cold. / There is John in being cold.
He exists surrounded or contained in being cold.
describe的定义： to say what something is like; give a picture of in words
2. John is kind. = John has a quality of kindness.
原句的真实故事：Kindness is supposed to be part of his chaacter / his quality.
He shows a quality of kindness.
3. Out of nothing comes nothing.
or Nothing comes from nothing.
但起码的理解应该是：太初， 天地混沌期所主宰的一个场景：无的出现 或让你得见‘无’。或 ‘无’存在于太初，天地混沌期。
[out of nothing / from nothing] = ex nihilo = in the first place = in the beging
[out of / from] ---shows [nothing comes] in the derivation of .....
所以，语法指 [out of nothing] / [from nothing]为complenment 这不是开了一个大大玩笑？ 因为：原句 = [out of nothing / from nothing] is the derivation of [nothing comes]
[out of nothing / from nothing] 它们从未想到语法会指派他们去to describe the subject of the verb 按照他们两个所发出的力量，我们来展开一系列的故事： [nothing comes] that is contained or surrounded in [out of nothing].
[nothing comes] that is derived from nothing .
[in the beginning] / [out of nothing] / [from nothing] is the derivation of [nothing comes].
In the beginning, nothing appears.
Prior to that moment there was nothing. God didn’t make the universe from preexisting building blocks.
He started from scratch.
[fromscratch]-----starting from the beginning or with nothing
Paranoid thinking, split hairs, Satanic mind, utter nonsense
Or in American English: Lean to extreme right, stuck in a niche, crazy, bunch of BS. Detail Replies Post time 2012-1-26 15:14