Date: Mon, 1 Dec 1997 18:19:31 EST From: simon[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]CVAX.IPFW.INDIANA.EDU Subject: Re: RE>english-spanish radio ad Well, no, there wasn't any redundancy in the radio ad, but rather, a pretty clear case of 1. code-mixing on the numbers one eight cero cero and 2. an exclam with "Spanish" phonology ey (=Eng "hey)--actually, more [e:y] and 3. a Spanish word that most (?) urban/Chicagoan speakers would know chica all said in a big, bluff, come-on voice. Definite pause between the numbers and the rest: "one eight cero cero PAUSE [e:y] chica!" beth simon