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It is well-known that dialects are stigmatized in Hungarian speaking areas, but even though dialects are getting supressed, the majority still speaks in a dialect. People’s attitude to dialects isExpand
Postverbal-only focus as evidence for biclausal structure in Hungarian *
In Hungarian, focused constituents appear in a preverbal position. Postverbal focus is possible, but only in multiple focus constructions, in the presence of a preverbal focus. The present paperExpand
On the double nature of Hungarian infinitival constructions
In the linguistic literature Hungarian infinitival clauses are claimed to project a full CP with all the left peripheral projections of a finite clause present, and the very same restrictions on the order of these constituents. Expand
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Control and the Left Periphery: The Scope and Information Structure Properties of Hungarian Infinitival Complements with Nominative, Dative, and Covert Subjects
A copy theory of movement based analysis where the emergence of the nominative subject within the infinitival clause can be argued to be the result of LF-driven spellout leading to the pronunciation of the lower copy when information structure considerations so require. Expand
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A Szintaktikai Lokalitás Minimalista Megközelítése: A szintaktikai lokalitási feltételekért felelős nyelvi alrendszerek munkamegosztásának vizsgálata = A Minimalist Approach to Syntactic Locality: A
This project studied the division of labour between syntax and its interface subsystems in giving rise to some of the central syntactic locality properties of dependencies like movement and polarity licensing. Expand
On the Nature of Comparative Subclauses: A Crosslinguistic Approach
The aim of this thesis is to examine the syntactic nature of comparative subclauses within a Minimalist framework, partly considering the relevant results of standard Government and Binding Theory asExpand
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