Written in a clear and engaging style, this textbook guides readers through the diversity of Latino communities and the varieties of Spanish they speak. Each chapter contains numerous exercises that help students engage with the linguistic characteristics of Spanish, Spanish-dialect contact, bilingualism, and Spanish communities in the US.
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Advance praise: 'A most useful book for students and a major reference work for specialists. The extraordinary level of detail and the depth and thoroughness of coverage will make this book an indispensable work for all interested in the field.' Ricardo Otheguy, Graduate Center, City University of New YorkReseña del editor:
How long has Spanish been spoken in the US and how many people speak it today? Is Spanish being passed down through generations? What role does Spanish play in US Latino identity? Analysing and synthesizing data from a wide variety of sources Escobar and Potowski explore these questions and more in this up-to-date textbook for students of Spanish language, linguistics, bilingualism, sociolinguistics, culture, and history. Key features include: • Over 150 exercises help students engage with the linguistic characteristics of Spanish, Spanish-dialect contact, bilingualism, and Spanish communities in the US • Exercises and examples refer students to external, online sources so they can experience Spanish through a range of media • Concepts are clearly defined with detailed examples for readers who may not have a background in linguistics • Misconceptions about Spanish varieties and Latino communities are addressed, ensuring readers will emerge with a clear understanding of how Latino communities vary linguistically and socioculturally.
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