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Journal of Portuguese Linguistics
179 Publications
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  • Review of Intonation in Romance, by Sónia Frota and Pilar Prieto (Eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press

    Hellmuth, Sam (2018)
    The edited volume, Intonation in Romance, comprises eleven chapters: nine content chapters summarise the results of detailed prosodic analysis of intonation patterns across varieties of a particular Romance language, and are framed by an introduction and conclusion by the editors. The languages treated include those whose intonation systems have received much attention (Catalan, French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish), alongside less-studied languages (Friulian, Occitan, Romanian and Sardini...

    The Acquisition Path of [w]-final Plurals in Brazilian Portuguese

    Becker, Michael; Nevins, Andrew; Sandalo, Filomena; Rizzato, Érick (2018)
    The plural of Brazilian Portuguese [w]-final nouns includes an alternation with [j], but the change is partially blocked in monosyllables and following a tense vowel (Becker et al. 2017). In this paper, we present a nonce word study with 115 children ages 7–13 and 43 adults, all participants from the state of São Paulo, showing that blocking in monosyllables is acquired earlier than blocking by tense vowels. We claim that sensitivity to monosyllabicity and vowel tenseness are both due to univ...

    The morphology-phonology interface in European Portuguese. Review of Marina Vigário, The Prosodic Word in European Portuguese, Berlin – New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2003, xvi + 440 pp.

    Booij, Geert (2004)
    The interface between syntactic and morphological structures and their phonological correlates is an important part of the grammar of natural languages. In this book, a revised version of her dissertation defended in November 2001 at the University of Lisbon, Marina Vigário (henceforth V) investigates this interface with respect to European Portuguese. The kind of Portuguese investigated is the standard variety of Portuguese as spoken in Lisbon by people of 20-40 years old.

    Agreement and markedness in the ascription of gender to novel animate nouns by children acquiring Portuguese

    Corrêa, Letícia M. Sicuro; Augusto, Marina R. A.; Castro, Ana (2011)
    This paper focuses on the role of agreement in the ascription of gender to animate nouns by children acquiring Portuguese. An elicited production task was used in which children were requested to refer to novel objects named by pseudo masculine/feminine nouns. It aimed at verifying the extent to which an agreeing element (the determiner), the noun-ending or a correlation between the gender of the determiner and the noun-ending would guide the ascription of a pseudo-noun to a masculine/feminin...
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