Portuguese-Spanish interfaces : diachrony, synchrony, and contact /

Western hemisphere varieties of Spanish and Portuguese show substantial similarity in the patterning of sociolinguistic variation and change. Caribbean and coastal dialects of Latin American Spanish share several variables with Brazilian Portuguese (e.g., deletion of coda -s, -r). These variables al...

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Other Authors: Amaral, Patrícia Matos, 1975-, Carvalho, Ana Maria.
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Language:English
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014.
Series:Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone linguistics.
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245 0 0 |a Portuguese-Spanish interfaces :  |b diachrony, synchrony, and contact /  |c edited by Patrícia Amaral, Ana Maria Carvalho. 
260 |a Amsterdam ;  |a Philadelphia :  |b John Benjamins Publishing Company,  |c 2014. 
300 |a 1 online resource (vi, 468 pages) :  |b illustrations, map 
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490 1 |a Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics ;  |v v. 1 
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a Portuguese-Spanish Interfaces; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Introduction ; References ; Part I. Comparative perspectives in diachrony; The position of Ibero-Romance in the Romania and of Portuguese within Ibero-Romance ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Classification ; 2.1 "Western Romance" ; 2.2 Neolinguistica ; 2.3 Organic groupings ; 2.4 Parametrization ; 2.5 External language history and typological shift ; 3. Characteristic features: Phonetic dimensions ; 3.1 Vowel system ; 3.2 Diphthongization ; 3.3 Unstressed and final-syllable vowels ; 3.4 Sibilants. 
505 8 |a 3.5 Final /s/ and consonant gradation: Western Romance criteria 3.6 /f/ ; 3.7 Laterals and palatalization ; 3.8 Nasals ; 3.9 Final consonants ; 4. Characteristic features: Morphological dimensions ; 4.1 Definite article ; 4.2 Gender ; 4.3 Pluperfect indicative ; 4.4 Demonstrative ; 4.5 Locative clitics ; 5. Characteristic features: Morphosyntax ; 5.1 Position of clitic pronouns ; 5.2 Second-position and separated clitics ; 5.3 Future ; 5.4 Pronominal doubling ; 5.5 Inflected infinitive ; 5.6 Auxiliary ; 6. Characteristic features: Syntax ; 6.1 Null subject syndrome. 
505 8 |a 6.2 Differential Object Marking (DOM) 6.3 Narrative past ; 7. The position of Portuguese ; References ; Syntactic change in Portuguese and Spanish ; 2. Clitics and weak pronouns ; 2.1 Clitic placement in Old Portuguese and Old Spanish ; 2.2 A gradual change in clitic placement through the Medieval period ; 2.3 Comparing clitic pronouns with the weak oblique pronouns i and en/ende ; 3. Post-nominal algum/alguno ; 4. Conclusion ; References ; Judeo-Spanish in contact with Portuguese ; Introduction ; 1. Development of the Sephardic speech community. 
505 8 |a 2. The role of Portuguese in the process of leveling of dialectal differences 2.1 Portuguese substratum influence in Judeo-Spanish documents of the 1560s ; 2.2 Other substratum influences detected in modern Judeo-Spanish ; 3. The emigration of Portuguese Crypto-Jews to the Ottoman Empire ; 3.1 The emergence of Crypto-Judaism in Portugal ; 3.2 The immigration of Crypto-Jews to the Ottoman Empire and the non-linguistic consequences of language contact ; 3.3 The Crypto-Jews in the Western communities of the Balkans ; 3.4 The Judeo-Spanish variety of Bitola (Macedonia) ; 4. Final remarks. 
505 8 |a Primary Judeo-Spanish sources of the 16th century References ; Dequeísmo and queísmo in Portuguese and Spanish ; 1. Introduction ; 2. Dequeísmo ; 2.1 Definition ; 2.2 Historical data and dequeísmo ; 2.3 Portuguese-Spanish differences and special cases ; 3. Queísmo ; 3.1 Definition ; 3.2 Historical data and queísmo ; 3.3 Historical syntax of prepositional finite clauses and queísmo ; 4. Conclusions ; References ; Part II. Comparative perspectives in synchrony; On the partially divergent phonology of Spanish, Portuguese and points in between ; 1. Introduction. 
500 |a 2. Segmental inventories of Spanish and Portuguese (with historical commentary). 
520 |a Western hemisphere varieties of Spanish and Portuguese show substantial similarity in the patterning of sociolinguistic variation and change. Caribbean and coastal dialects of Latin American Spanish share several variables with Brazilian Portuguese (e.g., deletion of coda -s, -r). These variables also show similar social distribution in Hispanic and Lusophone communities: formal styles and high status speakers are consonantally conservative, while higher deletion is associated with working class speakers and informal styles. The regions that show these sociolinguistic parallels also share comm. 
650 0 |a Languages in contact  |z Iberian Peninsula. 
650 0 |a Languages in contact  |z Latin America. 
650 0 |a Portuguese language  |x Social aspects. 
650 0 |a Spanish language  |x Social aspects. 
650 0 |a Portuguese language  |x Grammar. 
650 0 |a Spanish language  |x Grammar. 
650 0 |a Intercultural communication  |z Iberian Peninsula. 
650 0 |a Intercultural communication  |z Latin America. 
650 0 |a Sociolinguistics. 
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700 1 |a Carvalho, Ana Maria. 
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