R0.5 (we- west) in repair of S1.5 (directly bas- directly west).
|we-||west||of your cattle stockade|
|<R0.5 r-||IP r R0.5>|
|<S1.5c rc s-c||IP rc||--||
R0.5 (t- to) in reparandum of S1.5c (to y- to the) in reparandum of R2.5cc (to the we- to the west)
||uh yeah||to||y-||to the||we-||
|<R0.5 r-||IP FP E||r R0.5>|
|<S1.5c --||----||rc||s- IPc||rc sc S1.5c>|
|<R2.5cc||--||--||rcc rcc||r-cc||IPcc rcc rcc rcc R2.5cc>|
Occasionally, there are cases which can not be handled by embedding. These (rare) casesshould have onset and offset marked with <OVER>.
|<S2 s r||IP s||
IP r s S2>
Impossible cases: Sometimes the speech is just too messy or the disfluency too disfluent to label properly. If you find one of these, mark it with <DEG> (Shriberg's "Degenerate") or with <REF> for "refer to Robin". Don't give up too easily, but DO use <REF> as much as you feel like -- it's good to talk.