Lengyel, Klára: The predicate. This paper is a chapter from the forthcoming university textbook “Hungarian Grammar” (Borbála Keszler ed., Magyar grammatika. P. LAKATOSKis magyar grammatika Keszler Borbala online olvasas pdf [0%/0] A Kis magyar grammatika a magyar nyelv felepitese, szabalyai. Kis magyar grammatika. Front Cover. Borbála Keszler, Klára Lengyel. Nemzeti tankönyvkiadó, – Hungarian language – pages.
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The role of metalinguistic structures in the modification of meaning. In this paper, some Hungarian metalinguistic operators are investigated, operators that participate in the modification of linguistic meaning. In particular, the metalinguistic meta-informational operators concerned are of the following kind: Such operators indicate differences among central vs. Linguistic standards of the media. Mafyar Hungary, a dual media system public vs.
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As a consequence, the language of the media underwent serious changes, too. Meanwhile, numerous Hungarian linguists were involved in a debate about linguistic standards. The author thinks that linguistic norms for the media can be determined.
Their characteristics include the following points. Language use in court. The present paper deals with legal language in its Hungarian and English variants.
The author gives a brief description of typical words and constructions found in written legal documents and in the spoken magyra of the courtroom, and pays special attention to the linguistic strategies used in court by lawyers and witnesses. Issues in the oeszler of musicology.
In this paper, the author first discusses general characteristics of the language of musicology.
Then, he summarises the history of musical terminology: Greek and Latin musical traditions, and the features and innovations of Italian Renaissance and Baroque, German Classicism and Romanticism, and those of the music of the 20th century. However, he does not discuss terms referring to popular and folk music, the terminologies of non-European traditions, or keszoer terms. For lack of specialised literature connected to this topic, the author relies on the musicological literature, on books on professional language in general, as well as on linguistics handbooks.
It is a detailed study of the central constituent of the sentence: After a description of the concept and function of the predicate, the part-of-speech specification of words used as predicates and the structural make-up of simple, complex, double, and accumulated predicates are discussed. She gives some advice with respect to the analysis of the latter type. The section on the relationship between subject kezler predicate keszlr the logical and grammatical relationship of those two constituents and provides theoretical evidence that the subject is a complement of the predicate, i.
This is where agreement is also discussed. The introduction of the subject complement is followed by that of the direct object, adverbial, and attributive complements. The last section of the paper describes predicates involving an existential verb or copula, predicates whose recognition and classification is usually a problem for analysts. The author characterises derivational affixes in terms of several criteria used in the international literature and gives a specific interpretation of the most important concepts related to derivation.
Finally, she gives an overview of all productive derivational suffixes ieszler present-day Hungarian. In this respect, too, descriptive and expressive figures are to be distinguished. On classical and modern interpretations of sound changes.
The Neogrammarians were the first scientists who dealt with the problems of sound changes. The present paper starts with their statements, some of which have been confirmed by modern psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic investigations. This study provides an overview of some types of sound changes and also reflects on their presumable reasons. On the phonological status of secondary stress in Hungarian. The phonological significance of Hungarian secondary stresses has been denied recently, on grounds that no phonological rule has been found that is sensitive to their presence or absence.
This is what the present article challenges. The most important claims of the article are the following: Contour Insertion, which requires secondary stresses, and so secondary stresses do have a phonological status in Hungarian.
In some rgammatika, gender is an important grammatical property of nouns and related words, marked by distinct forms. In German, for example, all nouns are either masculine, feminine, or neuter. Grammatical genders often do not coincide with natural genders, a biological rather than linguistic classification.
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In Hungarian, there are no grammatiak genders, but natural gender distinctions are made in many words referring to males and females e. Some aspects of the use of such words is often claimed to reflect a male-oriented view of the world, going back to the time of the Bible.
Many masculine words also refer generically to males and females. This fact has been claimed to foster sexual discrimination and lead to a denigration of the role of women in society. The paper argues against this opinion. VolumeNumber 1.