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The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian, Volume 27 (Syntax and Semantics)

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Written in English


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ContributionsStephen R. Anderson (Series Editor, Editor), Ferenc Kiefer (Series Editor, Editor), Katalin E. Kiss (Series Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages475
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7328865M
ISBN 100126135274
ISBN 109780126135275

Learning Hungarian as easy as With this book, Hungarian is attainable for any beginning student. You can use Teach Yourself Hungarian Complete Course at your own pace or as a supplement to formal courses. This complete course is based on the very latest learning methods and designed to be enjoyable and user-friendly. This book provides a critical investigation of syntactic change and the factors that influence it. Converging empirical and theoretical considerations have suggested that apparent instances of syntactic change may be attributable to factors outside syntax proper, such as morphology or information structure.

Functional Heads: The Cartography of Syntactic Structures, Volume 7 (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) (1st Edition) by Laura Bruge (Editor), Anna Cardinaletti (Editor), Giuliana Giusti (Editor), Nicola Munaro (Editor), Cecilia Poletto (Editor), Laura Brugé (Editor), Laura Brugã, Laura Brugè Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN Book Edition: 1st Edition.   Message 1: Noun Phrase Structure in the Languages of Europe Date: Thu, 18 Sep + From: Yura Lander Subject: Noun Phrase Structure in the Languages of Europe Plank, Frans, ed. () Noun Phrase Structure in the Languages of Europe, Mouton de Gruyter, xxi + p., hardback ISBN , Empirical Approaches to Language .

—‒ ISBN , E-ISBN 90 9. This is the second volume of a series of books (the first two devoted to nouns and noun phrases) which aim to present a synthesis of the currently available syntactic knowledge of the Hungarian language. The structure of the project, that is, the eight areas in which the. David Pesetsky is Ferrari P. Ward Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics and Margaret MacVicar Faculty Fellow at MIT. He is the author of Zero Syntax: Experiencers and Cascades and Phrasal Movement and Its Kin, both published by the MIT Press. Pesetsky is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and was recently elected a Fellow of the Linguistic .


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The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian, Volume 27 (Syntax and Semantics) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hungarian syntax has played a vital, albeit much debated role in linguistic theory since the early s. Volume 27 of "Syntax and Semantics" is the result of a project on Hungarian syntax launched in the early s at the Research Institute for Linguistics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian by Ferenc Kiefer,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The Syntactic Structure of Noun Phrases which, after the head noun moves to SpecCP, the remnant IP moves to the speci- er of the DP which is headed by de.

The aim of the Syntax and Semantics series is to publish exciting and innovative research involving the sub-systems of grammar that interface with syntax and semantics. This crucially includes Volume 27 book syntax-semantics interface itself, but also the systematic interplay of syntax and semantics with pragmatics, information structure and discourse.

Cartography of Syntactic Structures, vol.3, New York: Oxford University Press Rizzi, Luigi and Ur Shlonsky. “Strategies of Subject Extraction”, in H.-M.Gärtner and U. The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian, Volume 27 (Syntax and Semantics) (Syntax and Semantics) by Ferenc Kiefer: Syntax and Semantics: Vol.

28 Small clauses by Anna Cardinaletti: Syntax and Semantics: Vol. 29 The limits of syntax by Peter W. Culicover: Complex Predicates in Nonderivational Syntax, Volume 30 (Syntax and Semantics) by. Syntax over Time: Lexical, Morphological, and Information-Structural Interactions - Ebook written by Theresa Biberauer, George Walkden.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Syntax over Time: Lexical, Morphological, and Information-Structural Interactions.

Mapping the Left Periphery: The Cartography of Syntactic Structures, Volume 5 Paola Beninca, Nicola Munaro Mapping the Left Periphery, the fifth volume in "The Cartography of Syntactic Structures," is entirely devoted to the functional articulation of the so-called complementizer system, the highest part of sentence structure.

The chapter describes structural properties of determiners and quantified noun phrases in Hungarian, both in terms of internal structure (morphological or syntactic) and distribution.

Keywords Hungarian Semantic Morpho-syntactic Quantifiers Classifiers Determiners Quantified noun PhrasesCited by: 4.

For a variety of reasons, this monograph should be considered together with an earlier volume on Hungarian syntax co-edited by the same author (Kiefer and É. Kiss ). Both books follow a generative framework, yet both seek first and foremost to account for the broadest possible variety of syntactic structures rather than elaborate upon the.

: Beyond Functional Sequence: The Cartography of Syntactic Structures, Volume 10 (Oxford Studies in Comparative Syntax) (): Shlonsky, Ur: Books. This three-volume survey brings together a team of leading scholars to explore the syntactic and morphological structures of the world's languages.

Clearly organized and broad-ranging, it covers topics such as parts-of-speech, passives, complementation, relative clauses, adverbial clauses, inflectional morphology, tense, aspect, mood, and diexis. This research paper deals with the reciprocity relationships in Spanish.

It is our intention to establish the conditions needed in reciprocal constructions and their distinctive characteristics.

One of these features is the presence of an argument characterized by being semantically obligatory and syntactically marked by the Spanish preposition con. The purpose of this edited volume is to study the structure of the inflectional field and the left peripheral field of clauses, often described as the systems of IP (Inflection Phrase, a syntactic category used to describe clauses without complement clauses) and CP (Complementizer Phrase, a word of phrase marking a complement clause).

‘Grammatical Categories is a sample of Manzini and Savoia’s unique blend of innovative theorizing and painstaking empirical research. Highly recommendable.’ Knut Tarald Taraldsen - Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics, University of Tromsø ‘Provides insightful solutions a must-have on Romance syntax.’Cited by: 8.

'Cartography is a research program within syntactic theory that studies the syntactic structures of a particular language in order to better understand the semantic issues at play in that language. The approach arranges a language's morpho-syntactic features in a rigid universal hierarchy, and its research agenda is to describe this hierarchy Brand: Shlonsky, Ur.

Mapping the Left Periphery, the fifth volume in "The Cartography of Syntactic Structures", is entirely devoted to the functional articulation of the so-called complementizer system, the Author: Paola Beninca.

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 these psychological verbs.

It discusses binding data to substantiate the free merger proposal, and it provides an analysis in the. This book adopts a generative framework to investigate the diachronic syntax of Hungarian, one of only a handful of non-Indo-European languages with a documented history spanning more.

This book gives a more com-prehensive view of Hungarian syntax, discussing several areas not touched upon in that book (among them the structure of PP, non-finite complementation, nega-tion, etc.).

There are also topics which are discussed in detail only in the earlier book (for example, coordination, complementation versus adjunction, or aspect). É. Kiss, Katalin. Sentence structure and word order. In: Ferenc Kiefer-Katalin É. Kiss (eds): The syntactic structure of Hungarian.

Syntax and semant 1 .The syntactic expression of negative polarity in the (1B2), (2B2) sentences has received considerable attention in Hungarian, with various works converging on the view that negation projects a specific projection, NegP in the left periphery (Puskás,Surányi,Surányi, a, Olsvay,Kenesei, to mention just a few Cited by: LINGUIST List Tue Nov 08 Review: Discipline of Ling; Semantics; Translation: Matthewson, Bochnak () a general audience of linguists.

The use of relatively formal terminology varies, but this is an expected result of the book’s being an edited volume covering several subjects. In The Syntactic Structure of Hungarian.