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Sobre processos sintáticos que migram da fala para a escrita
Maria Cecilia Mollica
167-171 (complete paper or proceedings contents)


In this paper, the author demonstrates some reasons why speech processes enter the written language. She proves that simplification phenomena have more chances of migration, especially in popular media and in "oral texts." She offers a new basis for a Theory of Language Change from a perspective which considers both modalities of language.

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Selected Proceedings of the 8th Hispanic Linguistics Symposium
edited by Timothy L. Face and Carol A. Klee
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