Doug Ewell doug at
Fri Dec 30 04:13:54 CET 2016

John Cowan wrote:

> Well, I don't agree with that part.  I think in fact that it's always
> possible to tell which is the matrix language, and so that es-c-en is
> a kind of es, whereas en-c-es is a kind of en.

But is it desirable to tag this distinction, especially at the expense
of matching?

I don't remember if Michael said whether his "Alice in Spanglish" was
English-dominant or Spanish-dominant, or didn't say.

Doug Ewell | Thornton, CO, US |

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