Nodes representing foreign-language expressions are nodes with the
FPHR functor (see Section 8.3, "FPHR").
Each member of a foreign-language expression (including punctuation marks) is represented by a separate node. These nodes (with the
FPHR functor) have t-lemmas identical to the surface forms. All members of a foreign-language expression have the
FPHR functor and are sisters with respect to each other; their mother node is a node with the
#Forn t-lemma (
list; see Section 4, "List structure root nodes"); their order corresponds to the surface word order. A foreign-language expression functions as a single unit in the structure of a sentence; it has one functor as a whole, which is attached to the node with the
Nodes of this type have a t-lemma, functor and other attributes. Nodes representing foreign-language expressions have no grammatemes.
Nodes of this type have no daughter nodes.
For the analysis of foreign-language expressions see Section 9, "Foreign-language expressions".