Part ofComplex Processes in New Languages
Edited by Enoch O. Aboh and Norval Smith
[Creole Language Library 35] 2009
► pp. 223–241
This paper examines several instances of phonological and structural complexification in Mindanao Chabacano, a predominantly Spanish-lexifier creole of southwestern Mindanao, which have arisen as the result of the interaction of elements of Philippine (especially Tagalog and the Bisayan languages), Spanish and English origin in the language, which have given rise to contact-induced change in the language’s structure.
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