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By Patrícia Amaral, Ana Maria Carvalho

Portuguese-Spanish Interfaces captures the range of encounters that those languages have identified and explores their relevance for present linguistic theories. The e-book makes a speciality of dimensions alongside which Portuguese and Spanish may be fruitfully in comparison and highlights the theoretical price of exploring issues of interplay among heavily comparable forms. it's extraordinary in its scope and particular in bringing jointly prime specialists in a scientific research of similarities and adjustments among either languages. The authors discover the typical barriers of those languages inside of present theoretical frameworks, so that it will mix scholarship that analyzes Portuguese and Spanish from a number of subfields of linguistics. the quantity compares buildings from either synchronic and diachronic issues of view, addressing a number concerns concerning variability, acquisition, touch, and the formation of latest languages. whereas it presents an updated source for students within the box, it may well even be an invaluable significant other for complicated scholars.

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Como nesta carta se cõthẽ how in-this letter itself contains ‘how it is stated in this letter’.  (Portuguese. Year 1532, 1538. Cf. Martins, 2001, pp. 554, 318) (17) a. ) algũu embarguo from who ever that him over it some obstruction ou empedymento puser or constraint puts ‘[keeping him free] from whoever tries to block it [the land] from him’. b. de quem quer que sobre elles algũ embargo ou inpedimento from who ever that over them some obstruction or constraint lhes poser them put ‘[protecting the renters] from whoever tries to block them [the lands] from them’.

I gratefully acknowledge the reviewer’s insight.  Ana Maria Martins b. /*Eu não vi-o. ’ c. /* Todos viram-no. all him saw/ all saw-him ‘Everybody saw him’. (2) a. /*Yo vilo. ’ Spanish b. /*Yo no vilo. ’ c. /*Todos vieronlo. all him saw/ all saw-him ‘Everybody saw him’. (3) a. /*O vendo, abandonei a seeing-him left-1sg the room/him seeing left-1sg the sala Portuguese room ‘When/because I saw him, I left the room’. b. /*Não vendo-o, abandonei not him seeing left-1sg the room/not seeing-him left-1sg a sala.

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