Original scientific article
Page 211 - 225

Second argument realization with verbal nouns in Macedonian: an example of grammatical variability

Liljana Mitkovska
E-mail: liljana.mitkovska@fon.edu.mk
FON University Skopje
Abstract: This paper discusses the variability of realization of the direct argument of nominalized predications in Macedonian constructions. As it is common in other languages, the possessive na-construction i...

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Page 159 - 180

Pleonastic negation from a cross-linguistic perspective

Irena Zovko Dinković
E-mail: izovko@ffzg.hr
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5576-2489
Sveučilište u Zagrebu

Gašper Ilc
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5576-2489
Sveučilište u Ljubljani
Abstract: In recent linguistic theory, pleonastic negation is treated either as an instance of a lexically present but semantically vacuous negation, often placed in relation to negative polarity (e.g. Portner ...

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 101 - 123

Genitive of negation in the Croatian language

Diana Stolac
E-mail: diana.stolac@ri.t-com.hr
ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3014-8386
Sveučilište u Rijeci
Abstract: A direct object in Croatian is an object in the accusative case or an object in the genitive case which is interchangeable with the accusative. There are two types of direct object in the genitive cas...

Original scientific article
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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 ...

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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Page 147 - 158

Kosubordinacija u hrvatskome jeziku

Ranko Matasović
E-mail: rmatasov@ffzg.hr
Filozofski fakultet Zagreb
Abstract: Osim koordinacije, u kojoj su povezane sintaktičke strukture posve neovisne jedna o drugoj, i subordinacije, u kojoj jedna sintaktička struktura čini konstituentu unutar druge strukture, gramatika ulo...