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> I see Lou's point that you can't tell from that @corresp="#s2 #s3 #s4" in:
>
>
> <s xml:id="s1" xml:lang="en" corresp="#s2 #s3 #s4">The monkey is in the
> tree</s>
> <s xml:id="s2" xml:lang="fr">Le singe</s>
> <s xml:id="s3" xml:lang="fr">est dans l'arbre</s>
> <s xml:id="s4" xml:lang="de">Der affe  in baum ist</s>
>
> that s2 and s3 as a group correspond to s4 and s1.  I'd be tempted to link
> those together with a @corresp on s2 pointing to s3 and vice versa. ;-)  (Or
> use something like <join> elsewhere)
>

What about

<s xml:id="s1" xml:lang="en" corresp="#s2 #s3 #s4">The monkey is in the tree</s>

<ab xml:id="s2">
 <s  xml:lang="fr">Le singe</s>
 <s  xml:lang="fr">est dans l'arbre</s>
</ab>

<s xml:id="s4" xml:lang="de">Der affe  in baum ist</s>

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