A Portuguese version of the life of Barlaam and Josaphat: paleographical edition and linguistic study

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University of Pennsylvania, 1938 - Foreign Language Study - 144 pages
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Contents

Introduction
1
Paleography 1 Superposed Characters
8
Modification of Letters
9
Orthography 4 Doubled Vowels
11
Single Consonants
12
Use of g and gu
13
Use and Omission of h
14
Omission of the Til
15
Demonstrative Adjectives and Pronouns
29
Indefinite Pronouns and Adjectives
30
The Forms grande gram gem muito and muy
31
51 Nasal Endings of Nouns
32
Third Person Plurals from Latin unt
33
Third Person Singulars of the Preterite
34
Past Participles in udo
35
Syntax 60 Use of the Article with Possessive Adjectives
46

Phonology 20 Vocalic Assimilation
17
21 Vocalic Dissimilation
18
24 Hiatus
19
27 Vowel Quality
20
Sibilants
21
30 Labial Stops
22
32 Prothesis
23
Aphaeresis
24
Contamination
25
Learned or Semilearned Forms of Popular or Semipopular Words
26
Morphology 42 The Definite Article
28
Use of Personal Pronouns
47
Position of the Object Pronoun
48
Use of Prepositions
49
67 Use of Negatives
51
68 Impersonal Expressions
52
Uses of ser and estar
53
Use of the Separate and Compound Pluperfect Future and Conditional
54
Use of Infinitive
55
Text
56
Notes
118
Glossary
140