DOS NUEVOS VOLUMENES DE ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY DE JOHN BENJAMINS

DOS NUEVOS VOLUMENES DE ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY DE JOHN BENJAMINS

ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY 11

Silvia Perpiñán, David Heap, Itziri Moreno Villamar y Adriana Soto Corominas (University of Western Ontario, Canadá) – Editores

Amsterdam, Holanda. John BENJAMINS Publishing. ISBN: 9789027203915. VI, 262 págs. Octubre de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 118,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les presentamos el volumen nº 11 de la serie ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY. Como siempre, podemos ofrecer todos los volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

 

Extracto del índice:

Introduction

Silvia Perpiñán, David Heap, Itziri Moreno-Villamar and Adriana Soto-Corominas

Part I. Syntax-semantics

Chapter 1. Embedding verbs and subjunctive mood: The emotive factor

Léna Baunaz

Chapter 2. Towards a unified treatment of Spanish copulas

María J. Arche, Antonio Fábregas and Rafael Marín

Chapter 3. How French sheds new light on scalar particles

Isabelle Charnavel

Chapter 4. Pluralities of events: Semelfactives and a case of ‘single event’ nominalisation

Marta Donazzan and Lucia M. Tovena

Part II. Morphosyntax

Chapter 5. Laísmo and “le-for-les”: To agree or not to agree

Adolfo Ausín and Francisco José Fernández-Rubiera

Chapter 6. The morphological markedness of φ: Evidence from perfective auxiliaries in Southern Italian dialects

Giuseppe Torcolacci

Chapter 7. Partial subject paradigms and feature geometry in Northern Occitan dialects

Michèle Oliviéri, Jean-Pierre Lai and David Heap

Chapter 8. Automatic detection of syntactic patterns from texts with application to Spanish clitic doubling

Bruno Estigarribia

Part III. Bilingualism and language acquisition

Chapter 9. Voice quality transfer in the production of Spanish heritage speakers and English L2 learners of Spanish

Ji Young Kim

Chapter 10. Null subjects in the early acquisition of English by child heritage speakers of Spanish

Jennifer R. Austin, Liliana Sánchez and Silvia Perez-Cortes

Chapter 11. Return to Frenchville: Tracing a near-merger from legacy data

Barbara E. Bullock and Jenna Nichols

Chapter 12. The processing of intrasentential anaphoric subject pronouns in L2 Spanish

Juan P. Comínguez, Nuria Sagarra, Aurora Bel and Estela García-Alcaraz

Index

 

ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY 12

Ruth E. V. Lopes, Juanito Ornelas de Avelar y Sonia M. L. Cyrino (University of Campinas, Brasil) – Editores

Amsterdam, Holanda. John BENJAMINS Publishing. ISBN: 9789027203922. XI, 277 págs. Octubre de 2017. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 118,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les presentamos el volumen nº 12 de la serie ROMANCE LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTIC THEORY. Como siempre, podemos ofrecer todos los volúmenes publicados y disponibles.

 

Extracto del índice:

Foreword

Chapter 1. Modality, presupposition and discourse: The meaning of European Portuguese afinal and Italian alla fine

Patrícia Amaral and Fabio Del Prete

Chapter 2. Exempt anaphors and logophoricity in French

Isabelle Charnavel

Chapter 3. What’s up with dative experiencers?

Antonio Fábregas, Ángel L. Jiménez-Fernández and Mercedes Tubino Blanco

Chapter 4. Aktionsart and event modification in Spanish adjectival passives

Alfredo García-Pardo

Chapter 5. Revising the canon: Social and stylistic variation of coda (-ɾ) in Buenos Aires Spanish

Madeline B. Gilbert and Marcos Rohena-Madrazo

Chapter 6. Hiatus resolution in L1 and L2 Spanish: An optimality account

Carolina González and Christine Weissglass

Chapter 7. Recursion in Brazilian Portuguese complex compounds

Natália Brambatti Guzzo

Chapter 8. Locality constraints on θ-theory: Evidence from Spanish ditransitives

Sonia Kaminszczik and Andrés Saab

Chapter 9. Does gender agreement carry a production cost?: Spanish gender vs. Palenquero

John M. Lipski

Chapter 10. TP ellipsis with polarity particles

Gabriela Matos

Chapter 11. Circumventing ɸ-minimality: On some unorthodox cases of A-movement in Brazilian Portuguese

Jairo Nunes

Chapter 12. Epistemic uses of the verb decir in La Paz Spanish: Digamos and dice

Geraldine Quartararo

Chapter 13. Oral Portuguese in Maputo from a diachronic perspective: Diffusion of linguistic innovations in a language shift scenario

Torun Reite and Anna Jon-And

Chapter 14. Structural approaches to code-switching: Research then and now

Almeida Jacqueline Toribio

Chapter 15. When a piece of phonology becomes a piece of syntax: The case of subject clitics

Christina Tortora

Chapter 16. Presence of the voiced labiodental fricative segment [v] in Texas Spanish

Adriano Trovato

Index

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