Odd as always, but useful sometimes. The most unintelligible thing is why all these end in false, which seems to say they are not grammatical, which they clearly are (in several ways). I suppose "false" means something else, "the end" maybe. The other notable things is the insistence that there is an invisible "be" verb in those cases where the verb slot is filled by a noun or adjective. The noun or adjective is then an object of yet another sort. While invisible "be" verbs are sometimes legitimate (in Greek, for example, as in "athantos he psyche" in my youth), that is because there are visible ones elsewhere and clearly connected. There aren't in tp, not anywhere. To be sure, the "be" is not listed as a morpheme under vb but as the whole of the verb part of vp, instead of "verb_x(be)". Of course, it is also odd that, once you have this, we don't have separate ones for a noun object and an adjective object. That is, this is just a borrowing of English "be" (and German "sein" and so on for many SAE languages). Given how conservative Lope usually is, and how fiercely loyal to (his vision of) Sonja, these are rather peculiar.