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Articles, 8 registres trobats
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Articles 8 registres trobats  
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7 p, 203.7 KB RLLT 17. Introduction to the volume / Matushansky, Ora (University of Paris 8) ; Roussarie, Laurent (University of Paris 8) ; Russo, Michela (University of Paris 8) ; Soare, Elena (University of Paris 8) ; Wauquier, Sophie (University of Paris 8)
Introductory notes to the Romance Language and Linguistic Theory 17 volume.
2022 - 10.5565/rev/isogloss.205
Isogloss, Vol. 8 Núm. 2 (2022) (RLLT 17 Romance Languages and Linguistic Theory - GoRo Paris)  
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18 p, 380.9 KB Grammaticalization degrees in Catalan anar vs. estar + adjective in the 19th and 20th centuries : a language contact, corpus-based distributional approach / Gandarillas, Marc (University of Florida)
The present study constitutes an exploratory analysis of the use of the Catalan constructions anar ('to go') + adjective and estar ('to be') + adjective in writing during the 19th and 20th centuries. [...]
2020 - 10.5565/rev/isogloss.93
Isogloss, Vol. 6 (2020) , p. 1-18 (Articles)  
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24 p, 248.4 KB Intercompréhension et analogies entre langues voisines : entre transparences et opacités. Le cas des séquences figées / Castagne, Eric (Université de Reims)
Notre contribution a pour objectif d'examiner les mécanismes cognitifs en jeu dans le cadre de la compréhension en langues voisines et de montrer l'efficience de l'approche par analogie, en prenant pour support de démonstration la question des séquences figées. [...]
The aims of our contribution is to examine the cognitive mechanisms at stake in the frame of the comprehension of neighboring languages and to show the efficiency of the approach by analogy, by means of the example set by phraseological collocations. [...]

2016
Language design : journal of theoretical and experimental linguistics, Special Issue (2016) , p. 45-68  
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6 p, 126.2 KB "Isogloss" : a new journal for linguistic variation in Romance and Iberian languages / Acedo-Matellán, Víctor (University of Cambridge. Queens' College) ; Etxepare, Ricardo (Centre de Recherche sur la Langue et les Textes Basques (IKER)) ; Gallego, Ángel J.. (Gallego Bartolomé) (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) ; Ordóñez, Francisco (Stonybrook University) ; Roca Urgell, Francesc (Universitat de Girona)
These pages introduce Isogloss, a journal devoted to the study of the variation of Romance and Iberian languages.
2015 - 10.5565/rev/isogloss.12
Isogloss, Vol. 1 Núm. 1 (2015) , p. i-vi (Editorial)  
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26 p, 504.0 KB A microparametric approach on goal of motion constructions : properties of adpositional systems in Romance and Germanic / Real Puigdollers, Cristina (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Centre de Lingüística Teòrica)
This paper explores the idea that the properties of adpositional systems can suffice to explain the Talmian distinction between satellite and verb framed languages. Following the insight that morphological simple prepositions in Romance languages are only locative, I propose that the functional domain of the directional/path preposition is defective and, hence, has to be licensed via incorporation to the (motion) verb. [...]
Aquest article explora la idea que les propietats dels sistemes adpositionals poden ser suficients per a explicar la distinció de Talmy entre llengües de marc satèl·lit i de marc verbal. Seguint la idea que les preposicions morfològicament simples en llengües romàniques només són locatives, pro- poso que el domini funcional de la preposició direccional/de trajecte és defectiu i, doncs, ha de ser legitimat per incorporació al verb (de moviment). [...]

2010 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.97
Catalan journal of linguistics, Vol. 9, Núm. (2010) , p. 125-150  
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28 p, 185.9 KB Acquisition of Pronominal Clitics in Romanian / Babyonyshev, Maria (Yale University. Department of Linguistics) ; Marin, Stefania (Yale University. Department of Linguistics)
This paper uses new evidence from elicited production experiments to establish that Romanian children do not omit either direct or indirect object clitics at a significant rate. The results reported for the acquisition of indirect object clitics are particularly significant in that, for the first time, it is possible to demonstrate the similarity between the acquisition of direct and indirect object clitics in Romanian and, arguably, for other languages that pattern with Romanian in the relevant respects. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.71
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 17-44  
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3 p, 37.1 KB Acquisition of Romance languages. Introduction / Gavarró Algueró, Anna (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Catalana) ; Lleó, Conxita (Universität Hamburg. Institut für Romanistik)
Generative grammar addressed for the first time acquisition as a central issue in the study of grammar. This perspective has given rise over the years to a considerable body of work, mainly on first language acquisition, but also on second language acquistion, bilingual acquisition, and the acquisition by children affected by SLI. [...]
2006 - 10.5565/rev/catjl.84
Catalan journal of linguistics, V. 5 (2006) p. 11-13  
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10 p, 40.7 KB Los manuscritos neolatinos americanos de la Real Academia de la Historia de Madrid / Primitiva Flores, Primitiva ; Gallardo, Carmen
El artículo analiza los manuscritos citados más habitualmente, su situación, las dificultades de su localización, los autores que se hacen eco de ellos y la compleja historia que se origina de la confusión existente, debida al desconocimiento de la ubicación del material. [...]
The American romance language manuscripts in The Royal Academy of History in Madrid The article analyses the most commonly quoted manuscripts, their location, the difficulties to find their siting, the authors arousing them and the complex story originated by the existing confusion on the material's location. [...]

2001
Faventia, V. 23 N. 2 (2001) , p. 25-34  

Llibres i col·leccions 1 registres trobats  
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14 p, 938.6 KB El conflicto entre cristianos y musulmanes en las relaciones de sucesos : la liberación de Buda / Leonetti, Francesca (Università degli studi di Roma "La Sapienza")
Este trabajo propone el análisis de una selección de textos escritos en romance sobre la derrota turca y la toma de la ciudad de Buda en 1686, que denuncian la exultante acogida popular de la noticia de las gestas cristianas en Centroeuropa, la percepción del eterno conflicto entre Oriente y Occidente y la proyección del imaginario colectivo del siglo xvii acerca de la lucha contra los infieles.
This paper offers the analysis of a selection of texts, written in Romance languages, about the Turkish defeat and the conquest of the city of Buda in 1686, which provide evidence of the popular exultation at the news of the Christian achievements in Central Europe, the perception of the eternal conflict between East and West, and the projection of the seventeenth-century collective imagination regarding the struggle against the infidel.

2015 (Studia aurea monográfica ; 6)
Studia aurea monográfica, Núm. 6 (2015) , p. 309-322  

Documents de recerca 2 registres trobats  
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213 p, 2.5 MB Distinctness effects : on clitic and DP combinations / Colomina Samitier, Maria Pilar ; Brucart, José María, dir. ; Gallego, Ángel J., dir.
El objetivo de esta tesis es analizar dos fenómenos de acuerdo a lo que se conoce como efectos de distintividad. Con esta etiqueta nos referimos a aquellos escenarios en los que dos objetos que son demasiado semejantes aparecen en el mismo dominio sintáctico (Chomsky 2013, 2015, Moro 2000, Kayne 1994, Richards 2010, Hiraiwa 2010, Rizzi 1990). [...]
The goal of this dissertation is to analyze two phenomena under the called distinctness effects. With this label I refer to scenarios where two too similar syntactic objects are found in the same domain (see Chomsky 2013, 2015, Moro 2000, Kayne 1994, Richards 2010, Hiraiwa 2010, Rizzi 1990). [...]

2022  
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266 p, 750.3 KB Syntactic constraints on topicalization phenomena / Rubio Alcalá, Carlos ; Hernanz, Ma. Lluïsa, dir. ; Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Departament de Filologia Espanyola
Esta tesis es un estudio de las condiciones en las cuales la Clitic Left Dislocation, un tipo de topicalización, puede violar restricciones de isla del tipo fuerte en diferentes lenguas románicas. En la caracterización clásica de Cinque (1990), los Tópicos están descritos como insensibles a las restricciones de localidad débiles (las islas-Q, por ejemplo) pero sensibles a las islas de tipo fuerte (islas de sujeto, de adjunto y de sintagma nominal complejo). [...]
This dissertation is a study of the conditions under which Clitic Left Dislocation, a type of topicalization, can violate island constraints of the strong kind in different Romance languages. Under the classical characterization by Cinque (1990), Topics are described as insensitive to locality constraints of the weak kind (Wh-islands, for instance) but sensitive to islands of the strong kind (Subject Islands, Adjunct Islands and Complex-NP Islands). [...]

[Barcelona] : Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2014  

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