By Johan Brandtler, Valéria Molnár, Christer Platzack
This quantity brings jointly ten papers awarded on the tenth overseas convention at the constitution of Hungarian (Lund, 2011). The papers disguise a huge box of matters in Hungarian with regards to phonetics, phonology, semantics, syntax and pragmatics, akin to vowel concord, particle verb buildings, impersonal use of non-public pronouns, the diachronic improvement of comparative subclauses, pseudoclefts and wh-interrogatives. whereas nearly all of the papers specialise in Hungarian, 4 articles talk about questions with regards to different languages. One article compares clausal coordinate ellipsis in Hungarian, Estonian, Dutch and German, one other addresses the query how the knowledge structural notions discourse new, concentration and Given relate to one another. articles specialize in Finnish, discussing DP-extraction and participal buildings, respectively. The vast variety of phenomena lined during this quantity makes it proper not only to students engaged on Hungarian, yet to a common viewers of generative linguists.
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Cambridge, MA. Suñer, Margarita. 1983. “Proarb”. Linguistic Inquiry 14. 188–191. Tóth, Ildikó. 2010. Untitled manuscript. Pázmány Péter Catholic University. Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis (CCE) in Hungarian compared to CCE in Dutch, German, and Estonian Karin Harbusch and István Bátori Universität Koblenz-Landau Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis (CCE) is a frequent but relatively ill-understood grammatical phenomenon in written and spoken language. It involves the elision of one or more constituents that are shared by two or more coordinated clauses.
Example (i), where the relative clauses modifying Subject and Direct Object allow ellipsis similar to the pattern in the coordinated NPs in example (ii), from the TIGER corpus. Clausal Coordinate Ellipsis (CCE) in Hungarian “Coordinate structures only afford a suitable playing ground for Left Deletion as they often give rise to contrastive pairs. ” With respect to SGF, Kempen proposes that the Subject “gap” is not the result of deletion at all.
Sipos, Pál. 1991. “A névmások [Pronouns]”. : A korai ómagyar kor és előzményei ed. by Loránd Benkő, 353–400. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó. van Gelderen, Elly. 2004. Grammaticalization as Economy. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. van Gelderen, Elly. 2009. “Renewal in the Left Periphery: Economy and the Complementiser Layer”. 131–195. = Bécsi kódex [Vienna Codex]. Second third of the 15th century. = Birk-kódex [Birk Codex]. 1 October 1474. BodK = Bod-kódex [Bod Codex]. First half of the 16th century. CzechK.