I read, that
- one sentence can have different syntax-trees
- what is considered a phrase is dependent on the grammar used
- there are a lot of grammars, basically divided into two groups: phrase-structure grammars and dependency grammars
This focus on context creates for me the problem to find out, how sentences which are made of a main clause and subclause are represented by a syntax tree or maybe two ?
problematic sentences (e.g.):
I like turtles, because I like green animals.
I like turtles and I like turkeys.
I like turtles, because I like green stuff, because green symbolizes luck.