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Generative studies in the Romance languages

Generative studies in the Romance languages

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Published by Newbury House in Rowley, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Jean Casagrande and Bohdan Saciuk.
ContributionsCasagrande, Jean., Saciuk, Bohdan., Linguistic Symposium of Romance Languages (1971 : Gainesville, Florida)
The Physical Object
Pagination431p. ;
Number of Pages431
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18655194M
ISBN 100912066539


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The book contains some 24 articles concerning syntax, phonology, and the application of theory to pedagogy. Included is a bibliography of items which treat Romance languages from a generative point of view or discuss theoretical problems with most illustrations drawn from the Romance languages.

(SK)Cited by: Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (1st: University of Florida, Gainesville). Generative studies in Romance languages. [Rowley, Mass.] Newbury House Publishers [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jean Casagrande; Bohdan Saciuk; University of Florida.

Graduate School. This book provides the first systematic descriptive analysis of the phonological system of Romanian, one of the less studied Romance languages, from the perspective of recent phonological theory. The author offers an account of some of the major phonological processes of modern standard Romanian, set in the framework of Optimality Theory and Correspondence by: Introduction.

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The present study follows the role of the first (L1, English) and second (L2, Japanese or Spanish) languages in ab initio third language (L3, Latin) acquisition.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Present volume which emerges from the Romance Turn III: Workshop on the acquisition of romance languages held at the University of Southampton in September "--Preface. Under a generative umbrella, the articles in this collection investigate the acquisition of French, Romanian, Spanish, Catalan, Italian and Portuguese across different contexts including first language acquisition, bilingual acquisition, specifically impaired first language acquisition, child L2 acquisition, second language acquisitio.

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Twenty-seven hours of elective courses and three hours of ROML are required for the M.A. in Romance Languages. A minimum of twelve of the twenty-seven hours must be in French and Spanish linguistics. See the Graduate Handbook for additional information on this program.

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