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Personally, I once used linguex in conjunction with pst-jtree. That gives you all the power you need. Please excuse that I shortened the example somewhat. The \jtree command has to be called once in the document before the example for some reason. Also note that the document has to be compiled as .ps first. \documentclass[12pt]{article} \usepackage{linguex} ...


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With forest you can generally do this quite nicely using the nice empty nodes style (page 52, example 81). However, sometimes it doesn't quite work that simply. Your tree is one such example. Nonetheless, it is possible to get the tree very nearly perfect to the point that I challenge anybody to know that the tree does not use the unadulterated form of nice ...


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Output Answers See the comments in the code for further explanation, but here's a summary of how I addressed your questions: I used \begin{scope} and \end{scope} around the code for the semantic trees so that they can be scaled and shifted independently. The surface scope tree has [xshift=9cm,scale=.8], so it's shifted right by 9 cm and shrunk by 20%. ...



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