Yes, and you may want to treat and point to #s2 and #s3 separately in
other contexts, so just joining them into a single segment/sentence is
entirely sidestepping the problem.
On 2013-11-08 14:33, Lou Burnard wrote:
> sorry, that;'s not legal: if you tesselate with <s> you cannot introduce
> an <ab> in between them.
> I think, as James suggested, you'd need a join, or do the segmentation
> with <seg>s
> <seg xml:id="s1" xml:lang="en" corresp="#s2 #s3 #s4">The monkey is in
> the tree</seg>
> <seg xml:lang="fr" xml:id="s2">
> <seg>Le singe</seg>
> <seg> est dans l'arbre</seg>
> <seg xml:id="s4" xml:lang="de">Der affe in baum ist</s>
> but this is really just evading the inherent ambiguity of @corresp!
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