Original scientific article
Page 295 - 319

Positions for oblique case-marked arguments in Hungarian noun phrases

Judit Farkas
E-mail: juttasusi@gmail.com
Hungarian Academy of Sciences

Gábor Alberti
University of Pécs
Abstract: We argue that there are four positions open to oblique case-marked arguments within the Hungarian noun phrase structure, of which certain ones have never been mentioned in the literature while even th...

Original scientific article
Page 269 - 282

Are Hungarian fake objects really fake?

Annamária Bene
E-mail: bene.a@eunet.rs
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9726-5261
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Abstract: The aim of this article was to investigate the syntactic properties of Hungarian nonsubcategorized accusative Case-assigned NP, i.e. a constituent commonly known in current international linguistics a...

Original scientific article
Page 131 - 153

Another look at the syntax of Hungarian verbal particles

Annamária Bene
E-mail: bene.a@euet.rs
Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Abstract: The Hungarian verbal particle, this tiny function (grammatical) word causes a lot of headache to linguists to this day. One of the most difficult questions refers to its structural position. The most ...

Original scientific article
Page 481 - 508

Postverbal-only focus as evidence for biclausal structure in Hungarian

Krisztina Szécsényi
E-mail: szecsenyi.krisztina@btk.elte.hu
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2192-2517
ELTE Hungary
Abstract: 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 paper discu...

State-of-the-art article
Page 267 - 293

Verbal and nominal properties of the productive Hungarian deverbal nominalizations

Veronika Szabó
E-mail: szabo.veronika@pte.hu
University of Pécs

Bálint Tóth
University of Pécs

Gábor Alberti
University of Pécs

Judit Farkas
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
Abstract: We demonstrate a system of Hungarian deverbal nominalizations, based on our extension of Laczkó’s framework (Laczkó 2000), in which such nouns form a uniform system as the ÁS-noun felfedezés ‘discover...

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The analysis of the education strategy of the National Council of the Hungarian Ethnic Minor-ity (MNT) in Vojvodina

Csaba Máté Sarnyai
E-mail: sarnyaim@rel.u-szeged.hu
Karoli Gaspar University of Reformed Church in Hungary, Budapest

Tibor Pap
University of Pécs
Abstract: Our present work is part of a longer research project on the political aspects of the Hungarian minority’s institutional system in Vojvodina, Serbia. In this paper, we consider the educa-tional concep...

Original scientific article
Page 565 - 583

Domains of Hungarian language use in Belgrade

Mónika Balla
E-mail: mo_ni_75@yahoo.com
University of Belgrade

Sandra Buljanović
University of Belgrade

Marija Ilić
2Serbian Academy of Science and Arts
Abstract: This paper attempts at opening a dialogue on multilingualism in the city of Belgrade today. Belgrade, like other Southeast European cities, has developed much differently over the past decades than ot...