My work centers on investigating the semantics and pragmatics of non-standard variation in mood, tense, and aspect. For instance, I have performed several experimental investigations regarding the meanings that native Spanish speakers attach to the use of the indicative in normatively, subjunctive-taking environments. Results from these experiments have shown that mood choice (whether standard or non-standard) is meaningful and non-random. I am also planning various research projects regarding variation between tense and aspect, as related to Romance, English, and Jamaican Creole.
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