Quantification and focus in Negative Concord

@article{Surnyi2006QuantificationAF,
  title={Quantification and focus in Negative Concord},
  author={B. Sur{\'a}nyi},
  journal={Lingua},
  year={2006},
  volume={116},
  pages={272-313}
}
This paper provides evidence that Negative Concord in a single language can simultaneously realize two cross-linguistically available options along two parameters, which parameters are thereby shown to be available in typological terms independently of each other. N-words in Hungarian can be semantically negative or non-negative, and both types are lexically ambiguous between a universally quantified and a non-quantificational indefinite interpretation, confirming a typological prediction of… Expand
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