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El italiano en la fraseología actual del español hablado en Argentina

Analía Cuadrado Rey    Universidad de Alicante, España    



The massive immigration of Italians to Argentina during the 19th and 20th centuries produced a contact between Italian and Spanish languages. This contact situation left signs in phraseological units of the Spanish variety spoken in Argentina. Our work concerns the diatopic phraseology of Spanish and aims at studying the Italian component in Argentinian Spanish phraseology. As a result, we shall contextualise the role of the Italian language in the evolution of the Spanish spoken in Argentina, describe the methodology used for the retrieval of the information contained in the phraseological corpus that is part of the database of the research project Frasytram (University of Alicante) and, finally, focus on the Argentinian phraseological units of the semantic field character-way of being-attitude that have components of the Italian language or derive from them, in order to identify its integration process.

keywords: Phraseology. Language contact. Diatopic variation. Argentinian Spanish. Italian.

Language: es

Submitted: March 2, 2020   Accepted: May 1, 2020   Published: Oct. 15, 2020  
permalink: http://doi.org/10.30687/978-88-6969-441-7/007

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