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Development of Grammar in Spanish and the Romance Languages

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ISBN-10: 1403900523

ISBN-13: 9781403900524

Edition: 2003

Authors: Eduardo D. Faingold, Eduardo Faingold

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List price: $125.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Limited
Publication date: 9/8/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 149
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.44" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

List of Figure and Tables
Theoretical background and assumptions
Aims of the book
Research procedures
A model of markedness
Outline for the book
Articles: A Result of Natural Morphological Processes in First Language Acquisition, Creolization, and Language History
Sources of data
The acquisition, creolization, and history of the article system
The natural development of the article system
Summary and conclusions
Demonstrative Pronouns: A Source of Definite Articles in History
The data: from classical Latin to the Romance languages
Demonstratives and indefinite articles in Latin and the Romance languages
The grammaticalization of the definite article from Latin
Summary and conclusions
Prepositions and Adverbs: Similar Development Patterns in First and Second Language Acquisition
Applying a developmental model of markedness
Sources of data
Spatial prepositions and temporal adverbs in first and second language acquisition
Spatial prepositions and temporal adverbs in developmental morphology
Summary and conclusions
Subjunctive Verbs: A Result of Natural Grammatical Processes in First Language Acquisition, Second Language Learning, Language Variation, and Language History
Applying the developmental model of markedness
Sources of data
The acquisition, learning, variation, and history of mood
The development of mood
Summary and conclusions
The Mental Representation of Linguistic Markedness: Cognitive Aspects of the Spanish Subjunctive
The Spanish present and past subjunctive: cognitive aspects of markedness
The future subjunctive in Spanish: cognitive aspects of markedness
Summary and conclusions
Summary and Conclusion