Does a grammar of Spanglish exist? A case study of adjective position in Killer Crónicas (2004)

Renata Enghels, Laura Van Belleghem, An Vande Casteele

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Abstract

This articles offers a linguistic analysis of Spanglish and, more precisely, it examens the adjective position in Susana Chávez-Silverman's Killer Crónicas (2004).
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationEl inglés y el español en contacto en los Estados Unidos : reflexiones acerca de los retos, dilemas y complejidad de la situación sociolingüística estadounidense
EditorsSilvia Betti, Renata Enghels
Place of PublicationCanterano
PublisherAracne
Pages57-81
ISBN (Print)978-88-255-2515-1
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Publication series

NameCruces y bordes: la voz de la otredad

Keywords

  • Spanglish
  • Adjective

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