Article published in:Spanish Phraseology: Varieties and variations
Edited by Pedro Mogorrón Huerta and Xavier Blanco
[Lingvisticæ Investigationes 38:2] 2015
► pp. 313–330
Phraseological features in conversational routines
An integrative model of autonomy
This paper deals with the analysis of routine formulas according to their degree of independence in discourse, with the aim of establishing a gradual line which restructures Sphere III (Corpas 1996, Alvarado 2015) — where phraseological utterances belong. The system developed by Briz and the Val.Es.Co. Group (2003, 2014) will help us segment conversation and check that phraseological utterances show various degrees of independence, both in Peninsular Spanish and in Latin American Spanish, which will make it possible to restructure Sphere III. The methodology utilized corresponds to the phraseological and pragmatic approach, and the examples were extracted from the Corpus de Conversaciones Coloquiales of Briz and the Val.Es.Co. Group (2002), and from the Corpus Preseea (2014).
Keywords: variation, independence, routine formulas, fixation, conversation
Published online: 21 December 2015
Alvarado Ortega, M.B., & Ruiz Gurillo, L.
Alonso Cortés, Á.
Corpas, G., & Morvay, K.
Hernando Cuadrado, L.A.