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Spanish syntax a comparison of immediate constituent and transformational analysis by Merle Thyra Stetser

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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Chomsky, Noam.,
  • Spanish language -- Syntax,
  • Spanish language -- Grammar,
  • Grammar, Comparative and general -- Syntax

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Statementby Merle Thyra Stetser
The Physical Object
Pagination66 leaves :
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14975396M

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  This book offers a comprehensive overview of the syntactic variation of the dialects of Spanish. More precisely, it covers Spanish theoretical syntax that takes as its data source non-standard grammatical phenomena. Approaching the syntactic variation of Spanish dialects opens a door not only to the intricacies of the language, but also to a set of challenges of linguistic theory itself. About this book. Introduction. The first usage-based approach of its kind, this volume contains twelve studies on key issues in Spanish syntax: word order, arguments, grammatical-relation marking, inalienable possession, ser and estar, adjective placement, small clauses and causatives. The studies are approached within a broad functionalist. Professor of Spanish at the University of Washington. She is author of Verb Phrase Syntax: A Parametric Study of English and Spanish (), editor of Grammatical Theory and Romance Languages (), and co-editor, with Ivonne Bordelois and Heles Contreras, of Generative Studies in Spanish Syntax (). One aspect of syntax is the order in which words appear in a sentence. Spanish word order is fairly flexible; however, it is best to use the more common patterns of putting words together to form sentences, as given below. These patterns, for the most part, are simply illustrations of a few generalizations.