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I have posted this question on another forum, but I haven't exactly received a satisfactory answer, so here it is:
"I am all that you have home." (If anyone here is a fan of The Decemberists, then they might recognize this line!)

"I" would be noun phrase one and the subject
"am" would be the predicating verb and stative verb
"all that you have home" would be the subject complement and second noun phrase, where "all" is the quantifying predeterminer, "that" is the demonstrative determiner, "you" is the head-noun, and then... what would "have home" be?
I am so embarrassed! I am not entirely sure whether or not everything I have above is even correct (so please, be sure to let me know if it isn't!)
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I am not a fan of the Decemberists. Are they a musical group? A political faction?
Does 'all that you have home' mean 'all that you have at home?-- the former is not a phrase with which I am familiar.
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Welcome to this forum,vi4ro! I'm sure you will receive satisfactory results here. Mr. M is just one of our excellent educators.