Little Words: Their History, Phonology, Syntax, Semantics, Pragmatics, and Acquisition

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Tables
3.1“Palatalizing” Leonese22
3.2“Nonpalatalizing” Leonese22
4.1Mean Vowel Duration by Word Class and Group40
4.2Mean Vowel Intensity by Word Class and Group41
4.3Mean Standardized Peak Pitch by Word Class and Group42
4.4Vowel Quality in Infinitival to, by Group43
14.1Distribution of alors and donc with Respect to Turn161
14.2Distribution of alors and donc per Participant161
15.1Examples of the Different Markers in Initial, Middle, and Final Position173
15.2Use of the Marker man According to Gender (%)174
15.3Use of the Different Markers in Spanish according to Gender (%)175
15.4Frequency of Use of the Different Markers according to Discourse Function (%)177
18.1Assessment Task 1: t test Between-Group Comparisons215
18.2Assessment Task 2: t test Between-Group Comparisons215
19.1Number of Recordings Analyzed and Total of Noun Phrases Requiring Articles (in brackets)228
19.2Noun Phrases with a Definite Article versus Noun Phrases with an Indefinite Article in the Input (%)231
19.3Bare Nouns from the Total of Noun Phrases in the Input (%)231
Figures
3.1Structural Representation of Nasals, Laterals, and Rhotics23
3.2Structural Blending of con + la> colla25
3.3Structural Blending of con + la> conna25
3.4Structural Blending of por + la> polla27
3.5Structural Blending of por + la> *porra Disallowed27
3.6Structural Simplification of con + la> cona29
3.7Structural Simplification of con + la> *colaDisallowed29
3.8Structural Blending of por + la> pola30
3.9Structural Simplification of por + la> *poraDisallowed30

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