The Spanish of Equatorial Guinea: the dialect of Malabo and its implications for Spanish dialectology (Google eBook)

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Walter de Gruyter, Jan 1, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 120 pages
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Contents

54 Phoneme l
50
55 Phoneme r
56
BEHAVIOR OF WORDFINAL n
60
62 Behavior of wordfinal prevocalic n
63
63 Wordfinal n in the Spanish of Malabo
65
BEHAVIOR OF s
67
72 Reduction of s
70
73 s in the Spanish of Malabo
76

32 Morphological characteristics
19
33 Syntatic features
23
34 Conclusions
24
Appendix
25
GENERAL PHONETIC TENDENCIES
30
43 Diphthongs
33
45 Semivowel w
34
47 Consonant groups
41
49 Summary
43
BEHAVIOR OF LIQUID CONSONANTS
44
53 Neutralization of rand r̄
46
74 Summary
78
LINGUISTIC ASPECTS OF EQUATORIAL GUINEAN RADIO BROADCASTING
79
82 Radio broadcasting in Equatorial Guinea
80
83 Sociolinguistic particulars
81
GUINEAN SPANISH AND AFRICANIST THEORIES OF SPANISH DIALECTOLOGY
84
93 Separation of African and SpanishCanary influence
87
94 Phonotactic summary
91
BIBLIOGRAPHY
92
TRANSCRIPTIONS OF GUINEAN SPANISH
104
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John Lipski is Professor of Spanish and Linguistics at Pennsylvania State University.

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