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Associative Interference in New Mexican Spanish
Dialectal and Nonstandard Forms in Texas Spanish
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acculturation adapted ADVERB allophones American analogy analysis Angeles Anglo argot Arizona Barrio bilingual education borrowings boys Cerda Chicano code switching consonant cultural dialect of Spanish diglossia dijo DIRECT OBJECT English and Spanish English influence English words escuela espańol Espinosa example Fishman formal fricative grammar habla immigrants important indicate inglés interference interview jargon Latin informants lengua linguistic linguistic behavior loan types loanwords meaning medially Mexican Spanish Mexican-American Mexico MOTH mother NEIGH neighbor nińos noted noun Nuevo object pronoun occurred Pachuco past subjunctive patterns person phoneme phonological phrases present PRON pronunciation question Rachel regional relations San Antonio semantic sentences social sociolinguistic Southern Arizona dialect Southwest Spanish and English Spanish language Spanish Phonology Spanish speakers Spanish words Spanish-speaking speak Spanish speech StAE standard Spanish structure SUBJECT subjunctive tense term Texas Tucson unilinguals usage variation variety verb vocabulary vowel writer