Chapter published in:
Hispanic Linguistics: Current issues and new directions
Edited by Alfonso Morales-Front, Michael J. Ferreira, Ronald P. Leow and Cristina Sanz
[Issues in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics 26] 2020
► pp. 7794
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Textbooks corpus

Álvarez, M. A., Blanco, A., Gómez, M. L., y Pérez, N.
(2006) Sueña 1. Madrid: Anaya.
Bartolomé, M. P., Blanco, A. I., Aizugaray, P., y López, L.
(2006) Mañana 2. Madrid: Anaya.
Borobio, V., y Palencia, R.
(2011) ELE Actual 1. Madrid: SM.
(2012) ELE Actual 2. Madrid: SM.
Castro, F., Díaz, P., Rodero, I., y Sardinero, C.
(2005) Español en marcha. Nivel básico. Madrid: SGEL.
Castro, F., Marín, F., Morales, R., y Rosa, S.
(2007) Nuevo Ven 1. Madrid: Edelsa.
Corpas, J., Garmendia, A., y Soriano, C.
(2005) Aula Internacional I. Madrid: Difusión.
(2005) Aula Internacional II. Madrid: Difusión.
Equipo Prisma (V.V.A.A.)
(2002) Prisma 1 Comienza. Madrid: Edinumen.
(2002) Prisma 2 Continúa. Madrid: Edinumen.
(2007) Español Lengua Viva 1. Salamanca: Santillana.
González, A., y Romero, C.
(2008) ECO1. Madrid: Edelsa.
López, S., y Miñano, J.
(2009) Destino Erasmus I. Madrid: SGEL.
Sánchez, J., Moreno, C., y Santos, I.
(2005) Nuevo Español Sin Fronteras 1. Madrid: SGEL.