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> Notice that the SOV case can be interpreted S = NO, so that [with a telescope] 
> modifies "I" only. But that's OK, because it means essentially the same thing.
> 
> --gary

Although "I with my friends saw the girl" might create a semantically meaningful ambiguity, no? That is, "When I was with my friends, I saw the girl" (they didn't see her) vs. "My friends and I saw the girl."

As for your other post to me, I understand about the prepositions now. That makes sense.

-- Paul