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A Study of Periphrastical Conjugations in Mexican Spoken Spanish in the Federal District
This study seeks to classify the principal verbal periphrases employed in Mexico City, where five hours of spontaneous conversations were recorded on tape and the material sifted for pertinent information. Because taping ...
Attitudes of Mexican University Students toward Segregation in the United States
This thesis is the result of a study done in Mexico City at the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Misico from October to December of 1963. One often hears that racial discrimination in the United States has lowered our ...
An Inventory of Mexican Gestures
Our choice of kinesics as the topic of this thesis was prompted by a course in introductory linguistics which we took at Kalamazoo College during the spring quarter of 1963. This course made us more aware of the increasing ...
Machine Translation From Spanish to English
The author uses a 1620 IBM computer to translate an elementary Spanish reader, Graded Spanish Readers by Carlos Castillo and Colley F. Sparkman, Book One, De Todo un Poco.
Nicaragua and Allies in Her War on Ignorance
Reviews the socio-economic and political factors that contribute to Nicaragua's educational problems. The work of non-governmental agencies such as the Organization of the Central American States, UNESCO, and USAID is also ...
Quecha Vocabulary in the Spanish of Quito, Ecuador
This study is limited to the influence of Quechua vocabulary on the Spanish spoken in Quito, the capital and 'cultural center' of the Sierra. Moreover, the scope of this study is further limited in that the vocabulary used ...