Introduccion a la Ling?istica Espa?ola
"Introduccion a la linguistica espanola"provides a systematic overview of key areas of Spanish linguistics, including the sound system, forms of words, syntactic patterns, the development of the language, and regional, social and contextual variation. Written entirely in Spanish from the viewpoint of contemporary descriptive linguistics, it employs a flexible approach that...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published December 15th 2008 by Prentice Hall
(first published December 16th 1991)
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This is an introductory linguistics textbook of the sort that might be used in a first year undergraduate class. As part of its degree requirements, my department requires that you be able to read technical linguistics literature in a language other than English, and reading through this book proved very helpful for passing that exam.