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Título: Un approccio alla grammatica italo-spagnola attraverso la traduzione: L’uso del congiuntivo
Autores: García Fernández, José
Palabras Claves: Spanish and Italian grammar
Subjunctive
Diachronic linguistics
Decameron’s translation to Spanish
Boccaccio and Italian humanism
Fecha Edición: Dic-2017
Editor: Un approccio alla grammatica italo-spagnola attraverso la traduzione: L’uso del congiuntivo
Cita Bibliográfica: García Fernández, José. Un approccio alla grammatica italo-spagnola attraverso la traduzione: L’uso del congiuntivo. Toruńskie Studia Polsko-Włoskie — Studi Polacco-Italiani di Toruń. 2017; XIII: 145-161.
Resumen: The approach to Italian-Spanish tradition through the translation: use of the journal. The subjunctive is the most complex mood in both the Spanish and the Italian languages. Currently, there are many Italians who use the indicative mood at a colloquial level instead of the subjunctive one (something that does not happen in Spanish, thus it has more vivacity and it is still frequently used). In fact, a future subjunctive form, which was commonly used during the Medieval Period but nowadays has little functional efficiency,has been preserved. This article is aimed at showing the similarities and the differences between these two languages during the Early Middle Ages through the analysis of several chapters of Boccaccio’s Decameron in its first translation to Spanish. To an extent, these resemblances and differentiations could be extrapolated to the present day.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/13309
ISSN: 2083-1986
Aparece en las Colecciones:Filología y Lingüística

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