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Degree quantification and scope in Puerto Rican Spanish

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Abstract

The possibility of preposing a degree delimiter before a negative term is a well-known feature of Caribbean Spanish in general. We present a detailed empirical analysis of the Puerto Rican case and we show that this possibility is due to a combination of syntactic and semantic factors that pertain to the syntax and interpretation of degree restriction.

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