While much of the discussion of expletive negation has so far been based on Romance languages (such as Catalan, Spanish, Italian or French), in this paper, we discuss hitherto unexplored data concerning expletive negation in Hungarian focusing on
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the didactic poem is being discussed, and also in the section of letter writing. Another interesting feature is the frequent appearance of the dialect of Hungarian spoken along the Upper Tisza river marked with the letters ‘iz’ written in the
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