FPHR (foreign phrase) is a functor assigned to the node representing a foreign-language expression, which is a part of a structurally non-analyzed text.
For more on foreign-language phrases see Section 9, "Foreign-language expressions".
We consider the nodes that are assigned the functor
FPHR to be a special type of nodes (
fphr). For more on this see Section 5, "Nodes representing foreign-language expressions".
Forms. The node with the functor
FPHR is used for representing:
punctuation and graphical symbols, which are part of a foreign-language text.
Cizinec zvolal: "This.
FPHR . [
FPHR] " (=The foreigner shouted: "This is not true".) Fig. 7.49
Figure 7.49. The
Cizinec zvolal: "This is not true." (=lit. (The) foreigner shouted: "This is not true".)
Border with the functor
ID. One-word foreign-language expressions are assigned the functor
ID in the position of the nominative of identity (and not
FPHR). For more on this see Section 8.2.1, "Specific rules for certain types of proper nouns".