Studia Linguistica Germanica

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Gilbert, Glenn G. (Hrsg.): Texas Studies in Bilingualism. Spanish, French, German, Czech, Polish, Sorbian and Norwegian in the Southwest. With a concluding chapter on code-switching and modes of speaking in American Swedish. X/223 S. - Berlin / New York: de Gruyter, 1970.

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Gilbert, Glenn G.:
  Introduction S. 1
Coltharp, Lurline H.:
  Invitation to the Dance: Spanish in the El PAso Underworld S. 7
Sawyer, Janet B.:
  Spanish-English Bilingualism in San Antonio, Texas S. 18
Poulter, Virgil L.:
  A Comparison of Voiceless Stops in the English and Spanish of Bilingual Natives of Fort Worth-Dallas S. 42
Morgan, Raleigh Jr.:
  Dialect Leveling in Non-English Speech of Southwest Lousiana S. 50
Gilbert, Glenn G.:
  The Phonology, Morphology, and Lexicon of a German Text from Fredericksburg, Texas S. 63
Pulte, William Jr.:
  An Analysis of Selected German Dialects of North Texas and Oklahoma S. 105
Wilson, Joseph B.:
  Unusual German Lexical Items from the Lee-Fayette County Area of Texas S. 141
Olesch, Reinhold:
  The West Slavic Languages in Texas with Special Regard to Sorbian in Serbin, Lee County S. 151
Perkowski, Jan L.:
  A Survey of the West Slavic Immigrant Languages in Texas S. 163
Johansen, Kjell:
  Some Observations on Norwegian in Bosque County, Texas S. 170
Hasselmo, Nils:
  Code-Switching and Modes of Speaking S. 179
Index S. 211


  • Veith, Werner H. (1978): Rezension von: Glenn G. Gilbert (ed.): Texas Studies in Bilingualism. Spanish, French, German, Czech, Polish, Sorbian, and Norwegian in the Southwest. In: Zeitschrift für Dialektologie und Linguistik 45.1. Stuttgart: Steiner. S. 99.