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, F3)) (P1)S (P2)A (C3: [(T2)

, Meaning definitions for the verbs venir 'come' in (9a) and arriver 'arrive' in (9b): (a) venir [V] [f1: move_along_path (x1) & [f2: [INGR be_at (x1)

, Representational Level (RL) (i)

, fr))FOC-(et)-(fs: comment (fs))?FOC (fq)) (fo))? (el)? (epi)) (ek)] (fl))? (ej))? (xl)

, ft)) (distr id (xm))ATOP (el)? (prox: (fu)LOC (fv: partout (fv))SO FOC? (fs) ? (epk)) ((iii) = (10b)

, Morphosyntactic Level (ML) (Simplified) (i) (Cli: [(Gwi: ce)Subj (Vpi: (Vwicop: es-+-t) (Vpi)) (Adjpi: (Adjwi: fou) (Adjpi: ? (Cli)

, Gwk: de) ?Npj: (Nwk: personne-s) ?(Clj: (Gwl: qui) (Vpj: [(Vwj: vien-+-t) (Vpk: ?(Vwkinf: voir)? (Vpk))? (Vpj)) [(Clk: (Advpi: ??Advwi: où)?Loc (Gwm: et) ?Advwj: comment)?Man? (Advpi)) (Vpl: (Vwl: vi-+-t) (Vpl)) (Npj: (Nwl: Gabriel) (Npl))Subj? (Clk)

. , Cll: (Npl: ?(Gwo: il-+-s)? (Npl))Subj (Vpm: ?(Vwm: arriv-+-ent)? (Vpm)) (Adpj: ?(Gwp: de) (Advpj: (Advwk : partout) (Advpj))? (Adpj)) (Cll))

, the constituent ordering template will place the compound adverb où et comment 'where and how' in P1 position within clause Clk, and the Np Gabriel in P F position (since it is Focus). The specification within the RL (ii) representation of the conception of referent (xi) as 'collective' (coll) or 'distributive' (distr) will trigger the agreement feature value 'singular' (as in (9a)) or plural, ML (ii)