This paper aims to explain Chomsky's(2015) revised Phase theory and to provide an appropriate analysis to the [COMP-trace] constructions. It is generally assumed that the raised head is adjoined to its target, which projects. But Chomsky(2015) argues that the target should be affixed or adjoined to the raised head, which induces the Phase cancellation. Concretely, Chomsky(2015) proposes that raising of R(oot) to v* yields an amalgam with v* adjoined to R, and this adjoined v* becomes invisible to any further syntactic operation at the next Phase. Based on this proposal, we have proposed for English that T to C movement forms a structure [T [T C]], which causes CP to lose its phase-hood and this structure allows a wh-phrase to continue moving to the higher Phase. We have proposed for Spanish that C can form a structure [C [C T]] by the external merge with T and this structure makes it possible to move a wh-phrase up because it is not spelled-out. This is why there is no [COMP-trace] effect in Spanish. It is also shown that our proposal is compatible with some English adverb constructions which do not show [COMP-trace] effects.