Andrés Enrique-Arias

List of John Benjamins publications for which Andrés Enrique-Arias plays a role.


Enrique-Arias, Andrés and Marina Gomila Albal 2023 Testing Twitter data on a morphosyntactic variable: The expression of the future in American and Peninsular SpanishCorpus Dialectology, Pustka, Elissa, Carmen Quijada Van den Berghe and Verena Weiland (eds.), pp. 176–196 | Chapter
This research investigates the distribution of the morphological future cantaré (MF) and periphrastic future voy a cantar (PF) in Latin American Spanish compared to Peninsular Spanish through an analysis of Twitter data collected in six Spanish-speaking cities. Due to the written nature of the… read more
This study analyzes historical and contemporary data of Spanish produced by Catalan-dominant bilinguals in Majorca to explore the origin and historical evolution of a contact feature of Majorcan Spanish: the preposition en to express direction of movement. The transgenerational survival of this… read more
Enrique-Arias, Andrés and Beatriz Méndez Guerrero 2020 Chapter 13. On the effects of Catalan contact in the variable expression of Spanish future tense: A contrastive study of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid and Palma, MajorcaHispanic Contact Linguistics: Theoretical, methodological and empirical perspectives, Ortiz López, Luis A., Rosa E. Guzzardo Tamargo and Melvin González-Rivera (eds.), pp. 315–334 | Chapter
This paper aims to test the influence of Catalan-Spanish bilingualism in the variable distribution of the morphological future (MF) cantaré and the periphrastic variant (PF) voy a cantar in Spanish. As Catalan does not have a PF, it has been suggested that in the areas where Spanish coexists with… read more
This paper has two main objectives: to point out some of the challenges surrounding the study of morphosyntactic variation and change through historical corpora, and to present some methodological alternatives to help alleviate these problems using the specific case study of the expression of… read more
Rodríguez Molina, Javier and Andrés Enrique-Arias 2018 Chapter 11. Si as a Q-particle in Old SpanishStudies in Historical Ibero-Romance Morpho-Syntax, Bouzouita, Miriam, Ioanna Sitaridou and Enrique Pato (eds.), pp. 249–274 | Chapter
This study examines the origin of Old Spanish direct interrogative si, a structure that has barely been described in the literature. An analysis of historical texts shows that it originates from the Classical Latin conditional conjunction si, which in Late Latin became a complementiser in embedded… read more
Enrique-Arias, Andrés 2010 On language contact as an inhibitor of language change: The Spanish of Catalan bilinguals in MajorcaContinuity and Change in Grammar, Breitbarth, Anne, Christopher Lucas, Sheila Watts and David Willis (eds.), pp. 97–118 | Article
This study explores the role of language contact as an inhibitor of language change through the historical analysis of several features that are characteristic of the Spanish in contact with Catalan in the island of Majorca. The analysis reveals that (i) these features are attested in Majorcan… read more
Enrique-Arias, Andrés 2005 When Clitics Become Affixes, Where do they Come to Rest? A Case from SpanishMorphology and its demarcations: Selected papers from the 11th Morphology meeting, Vienna, February 2004, Dressler, Wolfgang U., Dieter Kastovsky, Oskar E. Pfeiffer and Franz Rainer (eds.), pp. 67–79 | Article
This article attempts a more complete explanation of the position of verbal agreement affixes which, unlike other inflections, lack a correlation with word order and are prefixes relatively more frequently. An analysis of the factors that determine the position of affixes during morphologization… read more
Enrique-Arias, Andrés 2000 Spanish Object Agreement Markers and the Typology of Object Agreement MorphologyNew Approaches to Old Problems: Issues in Romance historical linguistics, Dworkin, Steven N. and Dieter Wanner (eds.), pp. 149 ff. | Chapter