The following table, which is not complete, contains significantitems in the vocabulary which is compared with the correspondingvocabulary of the literature of the sixteenth and seventeenthcenturies: Part of speech / Old / New 1. Nouns/Pronouns/Postpositions/Adjectives 2. Verbs/Adverbs/Prepositions/Conjunctions/Conclusions 3. Adjectives/Adverbs/Conjunctions/Conclusions/Conclusions Note 2. The sixteenth-century authors which Beltran cites as authorityfor Old Yucatec, were not all, of course, native writers; their first-personPronouns, when they are not translated, are to be taken as theequivalent of the first-person singular feminine of the present, andare to be rendered with a gender-indeterminate feminine form.Pio Perez's dictionary is the most convenient source for most purposes;as to the Yucatec-Spanish lexicon, we have had to consult a numberof authorities, chief among which are the dictionary of the Spanishgrammar of Ibarra, by Navarro, and a dictionary of the Yucateco-Spanish dictionary, by Lopez. The catalogues of the Yucatec-Spanish resources of the Library of theInstitute of American Studies and the Institute of Ethnology,of the University of Mexico City, are also of help.The objections made by La Porte and others to the use of the term'Old Yucatec' must be considered in the light of modern Yucatecanusage of the term.Note 3. A brief, historical discussion of Yucatec phonetics should notbe passed over. We shall not attempt to evaluate the variousexplanations of the phonetic changes which have been advanced. We shallconfine ourselves to a brief sketch of the principal hypothesis andposit the following tentative hypothesis: The changes from thesixteenth-century speech of Yucatan to the modern speech of Yucatecanewere due largely to the influence of Spanish. The effect of theSpanish influence upon the phonetics of the language, at least in thehigher registers, was to produce a phonetic system apparently moresimilar to that of the modern Spanish spoken in the United States thanto that of the modern Yucatec spoken in Yucatan.
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