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In this article it will be argued that so-called locative alternation is simply a "surface" alternation. That is, the alternation does not share a single underlying syntactic representation, but rather has a different base structure for each of the variants, which means that the verb has two distinct lexical-syntactic structures or subcategorization features for the variants. It will be proposed that, in the with variant, the swarm-class verb takes as its complement a small clause heading a PrP.