In the following sentence, the word “for” is commonly postulated as a complementizer which introduces a non-finite clause.
Is it okay for me to put these away?
And there are some other sentences that seem to have the similar structures as the sentence above.
It's kind of you to say so.
Can I rely on you to be punctual?
My question is: can we consider these preposition-like particles(of, on) to be complementizers? And are there any research papers on this topic?
I hope my English is not too bad to confuse you.
Thank you in advance.