A Course in Romance Linguistics: A diachronic view

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Georgetown University Press, 1984 - Foreign Language Study - 259 pages
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Contents

Notes for Chapter 1
27
Notes for Chapter 2
34
Notes for Chapter 3
39
Notes for Introduction
46
Notes for Chapter 1
60
Notes for Chapter 2
73
Notes for Chapter 3
80
West IberoRomance splits into Castilian Asturian
99
Clausal structures
144
Clauses and discourse
152
Dependent clauses with reduced modality
156
Diachronic recapitulation
163
Stage
165
Dependent nominals ftmcfioning as modifiers in larger
171
Special types of clauses
177
Dependent clauses in expressions of comparison
183

Castilian splits into Toledan and Burgalese
106
Burgalese Castilian splits into North Castilian
108
Notes for Chapter 9
115
Notes for Chapter 10
122
Introduction
125
The propernoun phrase
132
Adjectival structures
137
The commonnoun phrase
187
Dependent clauses in expressions of comparison
193
97
208
Independent projects in diachronic
247
Bibliography
253
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