Eastern Andalusian Spanish

@article{deHaro2020EasternAS,
  title={Eastern Andalusian Spanish},
  author={Alfredo Herrero de Haro and John Hajek},
  journal={Journal of the International Phonetic Association},
  year={2020},
  volume={52},
  pages={135 - 156}
}
Eastern Andalusian Spanish (henceforth EAS), is spoken in the east of Andalusia, the southernmost autonomous region of Spain. EAS is most similar to Western Andalusian Spanish (WAS) and to Murcian Spanish, the latter spoken in the autonomous region of Murcia, immediately to the east of Andalusia, and it shares some phonetic traits with EAS, such as vowel lowering. Geographically, Eastern Andalusia includes the provinces of Almería, Granada, Jaén and Málaga, although the precise linguistic… 

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