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    Bermúdez, Fernando
    Uppsala University, Disciplinary Domain of Humanities and Social Sciences, Faculty of Languages, Department of Modern Languages.
    <ir a + infinitivo> Modalidad y aspecto en el futuro del castellano rioplatense2016In: Revista Internacional de Lingüística Iberoamericana, ISSN 1579-9425, E-ISSN 2255-5218, Vol. 27Article in journal (Refereed)
    Abstract [en]

    This paper tries to describe the meaning of the periphrastic future <va a + infinitive> in Río de la Plata-Spanish. In contrast to previous works on the subject, claiming that this periphrasis concerns future events with some connection to the present (Fleischman 1982, Gómez Torrego 1988, Bravo 2008), we define the meaning of <va a + infinitivo> in this variety of Spanish as the expression of speaker attitude (modality) to events aspectually marked as “not begun” ([-comenzado]). Two different grammaticalization patterns are identified, which express dynamic and deontic modality, respectively. These patterns explain different traits that other authors have assigned to the periphrasis, as relative strength of assertion, level of commitment to the truth of the information expressed, imminence, intentionality and event planning (Sedano 1994, 2007; Gómez Torrego 1999 among others). We also propose an interpretation of other forms of the periphrasis normally ignored in the literature, as <irá a + infinitive>, <iría a + infinitive> or <va a + compound infinitive>. In addition it is claimed that the morphological future in -re expresses epistemic modality about events aspectually not marked for the parameter [±comenzado] and, therefore, in traditional terms, suitable for designates both present as future events.

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