By Rafael Núñez-Cedeño, Luis López, Richard Cameron
Twenty-one articles from the thirty first LSRL examine state-of-the-art matters and interfaces throughout phonology, pragmatics, sociolinguistics, semantics, and syntax in a number of dialects of such Romance languages as Catalan, French, Creole French, and Spanish, either outdated and smooth. learn in Romance phonology strikes from the quantitative and synchronic to hide problems with diachrony and Optimality thought. paintings inside of pragmatics and sociolinguistics additionally explores the synchronic/diachronic hyperlink whereas topicalizing such matters as switch of non-pro-drop Swiss French towards pro-drop prestige, scalar implicatures, speech acts, notice order, and simplification in contexts of language touch. ultimately, debates in linguistic concept are resumed within the paintings on syntax and semantics inside of either a Minimalist point of view and an Optimality framework. How do Catalan and French youngsters gather AGR and TNS? Can Basque Spanish be in comparison to topic-oriented chinese language? If Spanish preverbal topics ensue in an A-position, can Spanish not be in comparison to Greek?
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Gracias a, vas a ver) N % aspiration/ deletion Average aspiration/ deletion 17 59% 21% 80 46% 34% 20 60% 45% sequences may provide insights not obtainable when separating the data by syllable position and word boundary (cf. Lipski 1994: 271–272). As Bybee (2001) convincingly argues, the basic unit of mental storage and the domain of application for sound change is the word and frequent constructions or phrases. The /s/ of vamos, for example, is usually categorized as syllable final. But if in actual linguistic usage vamos is frequently followed by a in the phrase vamos a ‘we’re going to, let’s’, we may not be justified in viewing this /s/ as syllable final.
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The right and left extremes of the table show the predicted result, with 21% and 45% for word initial and word final position respectively. Matters are complicated in the middle two columns, however, since in medial position reduction is higher in syllable initial (prevocalic) than syllable final (preconsonantal) position, with 34% and 22%. 5 (351-389) Spanish /s/ reduction Table 1. ) Word final 218/1044 = 21% Hí, heñor 380/1110 = 34% dihen 125/569 = 22% lo mihmo 504/1116 = 45% una veh The ordering of positions in Table 1 goes against the suggested diachronic path of development outlined by Méndez Dosuna (1996).
A Romance Perspective on Language Knowledge and Use: Selected Papers from the 31st Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL), Chicago, 19–22 April 2001 by Rafael Núñez-Cedeño, Luis López, Richard Cameron