A direct object that starts with a possessive or demonstrative pronoun is always specific. If I talk about my desk, I am excluding all other possible desks. If that desk is a bit untidy, I am talking about one particular desk.
Specific direct objects are placed at the beginning of the middle part.
|She just left her keys in the car.
Haar sleutels is a specific direct object, because it refers to a specific set of keys (not my keys or your keys). Because it is a specific direct object, it is placed at the beginning of the middle part. In the auto is not a PLACE component, because it refers to the place of the direct object, which we find in the right side.
|Did you see that movie on TV?
This sentence is a question, which we will deal with later. You can already see that the only change that takes place occurs in the FF: the subject and finite verb have switched places. Further, op tv is not a PLACE element, because it is not the subject (je) but the direct object (die film) which is on tv.