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4 - Variable Phi-Agreement across the Determiner Phrase

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  21 October 2021

Sandro Sessarego
Affiliation:
University of Texas, Austin
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Chapter 4 analyzes gender and number agreement processes within the Determiner Phrase (DP) of Yungueño Spanish, Chota Valley Spanish and Chincha Spanish. The data presented here show a variety of reduced agreement configurations, which are rooted in L2 processing constraints applying at the morphology–semantics interface. A unified account of these phenomena is provided by adopting current formal proposals on the nature of feature valuation and checking (Frampton & Gutmann 2000; Pesetsky & Torrego 2007). In so doing, this chapter enhances a stronger dialogue between syntactic theory and variationist analysis, which is fundamental to account for the nature and evolution of the agreement domain across the DP of these Afro-Hispanic dialects.

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Interfaces and Domains of Contact-Driven Restructuring
Aspects of Afro-Hispanic Linguistics
, pp. 66 - 98
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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