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Thu Nov 12 2009

Diss: Lexicography: Salamanca: 'El Elemento Español en la Lengua...'

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        1.    Rafael Rodriguez-Ponga Salamanca, El Elemento Español en la Lengua Chamorra (Islas Marianas)

Message 1: El Elemento Español en la Lengua Chamorra (Islas Marianas)
Date: 11-Nov-2009
From: Rafael Rodriguez-Ponga Salamanca <rrpongashotmail.com>
Subject: El Elemento Español en la Lengua Chamorra (Islas Marianas)
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Institution: Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Program: Filologia Espanola I
Dissertation Status: Completed
Degree Date: 1996

Author: Rafael Rodriguez-Ponga Salamanca

Dissertation Title: El Elemento Español en la Lengua Chamorra (Islas Marianas)

Dissertation URL: http://eprints.ucm.es/3664/

Linguistic Field(s): Lexicography

Subject Language(s): Chamorro (cha)
                            Spanish (spa)

Dissertation Director:
Gregorio Salvador
Antonio Quilis

Dissertation Abstract:

The dissertation studies the Chamorro vocabulary of Spanish origin. One by
one, 5000 words with their etymologies and sources (dictionaries and other
books, and interviews to 30 native speakers on Guam, Rota, Saipan and Tinian).

It also includes a study of some aspects of the Chamorro language
orthography, phonology and grammar; the situation of the Chamorro language;
and a brief history of the Marianas.



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