Tag Archives: Romance

Seminar 3: A Recap

The training for the research project concluded with last week’s seminar.  Now that we’re all reasonably familiar with Dudman’s thoughts about English, it’s time to start looking at other languages.  This phase will be exploratory rather than exhaustive, for the … Continue reading

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The Ten Commandments (2)

It turns out that what we might call El Decálogo Infantil (see: The Ten Commandments) is rather more straightforward evidence for our thesis than other versions.  My investigations proceed. Meanwhile, an initial look at Latin, French, Portuguese and Italian produces suggestive … Continue reading

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The Ten Commandments

Evidence of the intrinsically modal nature of the so-called Spanish Future Tense, and a request for help with French, Italian, etc. Continue reading

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