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Configurationality in Hungarian. Authors (view affiliations) Katalin É. Kiss; Book. 71 Citations; The purpose of this book is to argue for the claim that Hungarian sentence structure consists of a non-configurational propositional component, preceded by configurationally determined operator positions.
In the course of this, various. Book Title Configurationality in Hungarian Authors. Katalin E. Kiss; Series Title Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory Series Volume 3 Copyright Publisher Springer Netherlands Copyright Holder Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, Hungary eBook ISBN DOI / Hardcover ISBN Softcover ISBN Configurationality in Hungarian.
Katalin É. Kiss (auth.) The purpose of this book is to argue for the claim that Hungarian sentence structure consists of a non-configurational propositional component, preceded by configurationally determined operator positions.
In the course of this, various descriptive issues of Hungarian syntax will be analyzed, and various theoretical questions. Read "Configurationality in Hungarian" by Katalin E. Kiss available from Rakuten Kobo. The purpose of this book is to argue for the claim that Hungarian sentence structure consists of a non-configurational p Brand: Springer Netherlands.
Get Books. Book Description: The purpose of this book is to argue for the claim that Hungarian sentence structure consists of a non-configurational propositional component, preceded by configurationally determined operator positions.
In the course of this, various descriptive issues of Hungarian syntax will be analyzed, and various theoretical. Configurationality in Hungarian by KATALIN E. KISS STUDIES IN NATURAL LANGUAGE AND LINGUISTIC THEORYpp.
Hardbound Dfl. /£/$ ISBN Paperback Dfl. /£/$ ISBN Kluwer Academic Publishers/Akademiai Kia-do In analyzing Hungarian sentence structure in the Government and Binding version of gene. Psych verbs, anaphors and the configurationality issue in Hungarian György Rákosi The paper brings evidence that stative object experiencer verbs (aggaszt ‘worries’) and dative experiencer verbs (tetszik ‘appeals to’) are two-place unaccusatives in Hungarian, and it argues for a free merger account of the two internal arguments of.
JULIA HORVATH K. Kiss: Configurationality in Hungarian. Dordrecht: Reidel, Although E. Kiss's book concentrates primarily on the analysis of CLAUSES in Hungarian and devotes only limited attention to the treatment of NOUN PHRASES, there are good reasons to contend that the main claims developed in the book have important implications for, and raise interesting questions in relation to.
In book: Approaches to Hungarian: Volume Papers from the Piliscsaba Conference, Chapter: Psych verbs, anaphors and the configurationality issue in Hungarian, Publisher: John Benjamins. Free word order, (non-)configurationality, and phases1 1. Goal.
Free word order, (non-)configurationality, and phases1. Goal Hungarian has been know to display a partially free word order, fixed in the preverbal area and free in the postverbal domain. The question whether the free postverbal constituent order is the reflection of a flat structure, or is the result of some scrambling-type operation.
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30, Get Books Hungarian is spoken by million people worldwide. A unique language, completely unrelated to the languages of its neighbouring countries, it boasts a grammar full of complex features and a vocabulary deriving largely from Asia.
Hungarian addresses current issues in the description of languages and applies up-to-date research Missing: Configurationality. This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Song, Chenchen Kiss, Katalin a, Configurationality in Hungarian, Dordrecht: Reidel.
Kiss, Katalin b, ‘Is the VP universal?’ in Kenesei (ed.)pp. 13– The Hungarian papers are all about focus, of which those of Kálman, Kiefer, Marácz, and De Mey-Marácz are about focussing in the stricter sense. Hunyadi, Kenesei and É. Kiss focus on the pre-verbal area in general and the interpretation of operators in Hungarian in particular.
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German publishing date. Part of the Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory book series (SNLT, volume 3) Abstract This section will propose an invariant structure for Hungarian sentences, and will claim that it is empirically superior to the approaches introduced in sections and configurationality and nonconfigurationality are traced back to two phases of interpretation, one preceding and one following the flattening process.
Section 8 summarizes the main ingredients and the main results of the proposed analysis. 2 Fixed-Word-Order and Free-Word-Order Domains in the Hungarian Sentence.
Some fundamental questions regarding sentence structure in linguistics concern whether all languages, at some level of abstraction, have the same structure, and what are the basic categories with which to describe sentence structure.
The contributors of this volume are specialized in two quite different languages: Hungarian and German. Of the German papers three are mainly about focus (Abraham.
The book offers a syntactic analysis of Hungarian noun phrases containing various types of argument-taking predicates within the theoretical framework of Lexical-Functional Grammar. Author: Tibor Laczkó. Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften.
ISBN: IND Category: Page: View: Missing: Configurationality. Hungary Traditionally, information structure in Hungarian has always been considered to be identical to topic-comment structure, which has been defined partly in syn-tactico-semantic and partly in.
Welcome to e-content platform of John Benjamins Publishing Company. Here you can find all of our electronic books and journals, for purchase and download or subscriber access. Namely, (a) Hungarian word order is fixed preverbally and free postverbally. The fixed word order of a string is liberated when it is crossed by V-movement.
(b) Grammatical phenomena sensitive to c-command provide evidence of both configurationality and nonconfigurationality. Configurationality in Hungarian by Kiss, Katalin É. ISBN: List Price: $ On the Treatment of Noun Phrases in Configurationality in Hungarian.
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Topic, Focus and Configurationality: Papers from the 6th Groningen Grammar Talks, Groningen, [Werner Abraham; Sjaak de Meij] -- Some fundamental questions regarding sentence structure in linguistics concern whether all languages, at some level of abstraction, have the same structure, and what are the basic categories with.
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