By Kim Potowski, Talia Bugel
This choice of essays provides state of the art study in Hispanic sociolinguistics. They contain stories on language version and alter, touch kinds, language use, notion, and attitudes and concentrate on language forms corresponding to Peruvian Spanish, Mexican Spanish at the U.S. - Mexican border and within the Midwest, and Peninsular kinds (in the Basque state and in Catalonia). This booklet is a Festschrift in honor of Anna María Escobar and her twenty-five years on the college of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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These verbs describe states Exploring the functions of ‘ASÍ’ in Peruvian Spanish 43 and can confirm the inferences of the listener in a dialogic act. In (16), así + fue is employed by the speaker to indicate the truth of his statement. In other words, the speaker distances himself from his discourse in order to validate it. Similarly, in (17) así + tenemos provides a confirmative answer to the question formulated by the interviewer. The speaker, additionally, is claiming objectivity. PL because me va a ir mal en la universidad.
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All speakers except Ainara (Spanish L1) show a tendency toward multiple vibrant in tautosyllabic position. Moreover, four speakers, two Basque/Spanish bilinguals (Iker and Irene) and two Spanish-L1 monolinguals (Susana and Marcos), present the multiple vibrant in the three positions examined. 25 Family transmission and social networks Table 11. Network C distribution of Basque Spanish [r] by individual speaker Speaker Language-Home Parent-Origin Basque exposure Multiple vibrant Network C Rosa Josu Ana Naia Oscar Iñigo B B B Basque Basque/Spanish Basque/Spanish High High High High High High High High High High High High (80/135) (64/120) (68/136) (55/134) (44/122) (37/143) 59% 53% 51% 45% 37% 26% With regards to the appearance of the Basque Spanish vibrant in Bermeo, a higher usage of the feature is found among those speakers who have families in which both parents are bilingual (that is Rosa, Josu, Ana and Naia) in opposition to those with only one bilingual parent (Oscar and Iñigo).