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Formal Linguistics and the Syntax of Spanish: Past, Present and Future
Margarita Suñer
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Abstract

In this paper the author discusses examples of how one works within formal Spanish linguistics. She argues that there is not an entity called the syntax of Spanish, but that rather there exists what we call syntax and that we apply its principles and hypotheses to different languages.

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Selected Proceedings of the 11th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
edited by Joseph Collentine, Maryellen García, Barbara Lafford, and Francisco Marcos Marín
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