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There is a sentence.

He gave me an apple.

I heard that more emphasis in on 'an apple' because of the end focus rule.

Then, is the subject 'I' prior to ending 'an apple' in meaning?

In other words, which is the word on which there is more emphasis the 'I,' or 'an apple,' or another word?

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The word "I" is not even in your sample sentence, how can it be emphasized? –  user3306356 Aug 18 at 4:14
    
@user3306356 - I'm not sure which is worse, the OP's failure to recognize subject or your inability to understand the meaning of his question. I think it's the latter. –  medica Aug 18 at 4:20

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