Group of Diachronic Linguistics and Comparative Grammar - LIDIAGC (GRHCS097)
Comparative Grammar of Romance linguistic variants and languages:
Phonetics and Phonology
- Historical Phonetics and Phonology
- Historical Morfology
- Historical Syntax
Relationship between language change, variation and acquisition of first and second languages (Phonetics, Phonology, Morphology and Syntax).
These lines of research are materialized in:
A) Study of evolution and the acquisition process of L1 and L2 of the grammatical words: determinants, prepositions, conjunctions, adverbs, markers manners, terms of polarity and unchanged particles.
B) Study of phonetic variation of spontaneous speech linked to acoustic and perceptive analysis of the sounds to determine the pathways of change and relate the synchronous variation, the diachronic and the acquisition of L1 and L2.
C) A study of derivative productive patterns starting textual corpus of the history of the language and the relationship of these patterns with those given in the acquisition of L1 i L2.
Jointly, we have been recognized 10 six-year-research periods by the "Spanish Evaluator Commission of the Research Activity (CENAI)" and 1 by "AQU".