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Patrícia Amaral is an Associate Professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Indiana University. She earned her PhD in Hispanic Linguistics at The Ohio State University in 2007. Her research focuses on issues at the semantics/pragmatics interface (typologies of meaning, focus particles, modality) as well as on syntactic and semantic change in the Romance languages. She has published widely in venues like Linguistics and Philosophy, Diachronica, Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, Linguistics, Language and Linguistics Compass, Probus, and Journal of Pragmatics.