The first part of this work consists in a deep revision of the several theories that the traditional grammar as well as the modern linguistics have done about the matter of adjective position in Spanish. At the first, we propose an improvement of the traditional solutions, resorting to a hierarchy of the main contributions made by the respective authors. Later on, we also propose, as if a genuine Prague School solution were treated of, a combination of features to structure with them the attributive adjectives according to the place that they occupy in the FSP (Functional Sentence Perspective). The second part of the article harmonizes the relations between sentences and nominal phrases by means of the GL (Liminar Grammar) of A. López García and the PL (Lexical Pragmatics). In that trame, PL, conceived like «Closure of L», projects from the correspondig CC.SS. (Semantic Fields) —with regard to the problem that engages our attention now— substantive and adjective together, being many the theoric solutions that allow us to integrate in a only Topology all the hypothesis proposed so far. With it, we certainly pretend to a coherent classification of the AS/SA word order.
Adjetivo; Orden de palabras; Valor semántico; Lengua española; Gramática tradicional; Léxico; Sintaxis; Pragmática
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