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¿Vamos a hablar andaluz o cantaremos flamenco?: La expresión del futuro en el español de Andalucía

Kimberly Merckx (UGent)
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The paper is the result of a detailed morphosyntactic and semantic study that is not only conceived as a synthesis of two linguistic (sub)systems – spoken Andalusian and flamenco verses – but it also delineates the forms of future expression cantaré and voy a cantar. From a contrasting and inductive investigation it proposes an analysis of the factors that help to determine the use of one or other of the forms in both systems. In contrasting the results one can clarify a possible re-structuring of the future forms in Andalusian based in the supposed “decadence” of the synthetic future in favour of the analytical future, similar to the current situation of the linguistic change observed in the majority of Roman languages.
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Spanish of Andalusia, temporal values ↔ modal values, analytical future ↔ synthetic future

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Merckx, Kimberly. 2005. “¿Vamos a Hablar Andaluz o Cantaremos Flamenco?: La Expresión Del Futuro En El Español De Andalucía.” Cuadernos De Investigación Filológica 31-32: 47–71.
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Merckx, K. (2005). ¿Vamos a hablar andaluz o cantaremos flamenco?: La expresión del futuro en el español de Andalucía. Cuadernos de Investigación Filológica, 31-32, 47–71.
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Merckx K. ¿Vamos a hablar andaluz o cantaremos flamenco?: La expresión del futuro en el español de Andalucía. Cuadernos de Investigación Filológica. Logroño: Universidad de La Rioja; 2005;31-32:47–71.
MLA
Merckx, Kimberly. “¿Vamos a Hablar Andaluz o Cantaremos Flamenco?: La Expresión Del Futuro En El Español De Andalucía.” Cuadernos de Investigación Filológica 31-32 (2005): 47–71. Print.
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  pages        = {47--71},
  publisher    = {Universidad de La Rioja},
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  volume       = {31-32},
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