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By Trudy Aronson

A developmental assessment direction in grammar and writing constitution for complex ESL scholars. it truly is designed to enhance sentence writing talents and likewise to arrange scholars successfully for the "Structure and Written Expression" component of the TOEFL and different college-qualifying English texts.

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Y la razon es, porque aunque siempre el vno dellos es el mas proprio y principal, con todo esso los demas como sinonomos à el siruen. Y los Indios en sus platicas vsan por elegancia de todos, porque este es su modo de hablar. Y tambien porq[ue] aunque cada pueblo difiera vno de otro en la lengua, no es tanta su difere[n]cia que casi no vsen de todos ellos, aunque algunas vezes apli-candolos. à otros significados, tomandolos en vn pueblo para vna cosa, y en otro para otra, y mudando, trocando ó quitando letras en algunos dellos, puesto que todos se entiende[n], como el Castellano que camina por Castilla.

First I will describe what little we know about the methods used by the friars. Next I will describe the two styles of lexical entries found, that of Nebrija and of Calepino. Finally I will talk about the ways that the entries are organized, the construction of the nomenclature, the solution of formal problems, and the overall quality of the dictionaries. 1 Method I know of no descriptions or studies of the methods used by the colonial lexicographers. In a world where stationary stores were not to be found on every corner, how did they resolve the practical problems of finding supplies?

Piçotiquijlána, piçótiyágaquijlána. Carcax de saetas. itneduvua. saininonduvua. Hollin de fuego, ohboc, yoboquil. Some authors are more generous with their equivalences than others. 8 equivalences per entry. 60 Córdova (1578) explains in the following passage that the presence of multiple equivalences is due to several factors: synonymy, elegance, lexical variation among dialects, and phonological variation from one dialect to another: ES el auiso tercero que se a de notar. Que para cada vocablo de los nuestros, se hallaran aplicados muchos desta lengua.

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