Hispanisation

Hispanisation

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Literally hundreds of languages world-wide have experienced direct or indirect Hispanisation during the heyday of the Spanish colonial empire. The number of languages which continue to borrow from Spanish on a daily basis is considerable especially in Latin America. This volume is meant to give the reader a better idea of the range of contact constellations in which Spanish functions as the donor language. Moreover, the contributions to this collection of articles demonstrate that it is not only possible to compare the contact-induced processes in the (Hispanised) languages of Austronesia and the Americas. It is emphasized that one can draw far-reaching conclusions from the presented borrowing facts for the theory of language contact in general.Unlike in the late 19th century when the Filipinismo expressed itself in Spanish, the new Filipino elite in Manila, also supported by the ... Mindanao (especially Zamboanga City) The following is based on a corpus which the author of this essay has compiled, ... Consequently, this sample represents around 1% of the app.


Title:Hispanisation
Author: Thomas Stolz, Dik Bakker, Rosa Salas Palomo
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2008-08-27
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