Willard Quine writes about Kant's formulation of an analytic statement that 'it limits itself to statements of subject-predicate form'. In this context I want to ask a question about the form - what is it? But I am not sure how to formulate the question in correct grammar. Quine does not use 'the', other people use. I feel like to use 'the' in the context, but I am not sure. What question would be more correct:
- 'What is subject-predicate form?'
- 'What is a subject-predicate form?'
- 'What is the subject-predicate form?'