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Names: A metonymic “return ticket” in five languages

Antonio Barcelona
E-mail: abs@um.es
University of Murcia
Abstract: In recent years cognitive linguists have shown that many grammatical structures are motivated by metonymic principles. The goal of this article is to demonstrate the role of metonymy in the emergence ...

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...

Original scientific article
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Noun/pronoun asymmetries: Evidence in support of the DP hypothesis in Polish

Paweł Rutkowski
E-mail: rutkowski@zigzag.pl
Warsaw University & Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyse the syntax of Polish nominal expressions in terms of what is known as the DP hypothesis (the idea that was discussed in Abney 1987). The fact that articles occupy t...

Original scientific article
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Sročnost koordiniranih imenica i pridjeva u španjolskom jeziku

Bojana Mikelenić
E-mail: bmikelen@ffzg.hr
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0144-4271
Filozofski fakultet Zagreb

Ana María Valencia Spoljaric
Filozofski fakultet Zagreb
Abstract: U španjolskome jeziku pridjev može stajati ispred ili iza imenice na koju se odnosi, a jednako je i s pridjevima uz koordinirane imenice. Opće je pravilo da se pridjev iza koordiniranih imenica u jedn...