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Journal Title: Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   6 / 2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Patterns of Prominence in Swedish Second Language (L2) Speakers and
Native (L1) Speakers of Spanish: Spontaneous Dialogue versus Read
Berit Aronsson

Overt Language Attitudes and Linguistic Identities among Multilingual
Speakers in Northern Belize
Osmer Balam

Palatal East Meets Velar West: Dialect Contact and Phonological
Accommodation in Judeo-Spanish
Rey Romero

The Role of Implicature in Castilian Pronominal Address Forms
Sarah Sinnott

Hacia una definición de las unidades fraseológicas coloquiales
Carolina Travalia

Finalidade e dominio: a forma verbal nas orações finais introduzidas
por para
Rainer Vesterinen
Publisher: Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Portuguese
LL Issue: 24.3773