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system in terms of Property Theory ( Alber & Prince 2015; in prep. ; Alber et al. 2016 ) ( section 4.2 ) and I discuss diachronic change by means of minimal switches of the property values ( Alber 2015 ; Alber & Meneguzzo 2016 ; DelBusso 2018

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Discourse meets grammar

The case of Hungarian verbal particles

Acta Linguistica Hungarica
Authors: Edith Kádár and Márta Peredy

This paper sets forward an information structural account of the position of verbal particles in present-day Standard Hungarian and in Old Hungarian. Diacronically a gradual change in the position of particles can be observed across different construction types, which is claimed to be governed by the discourse status of the culmination of the event expressed by the verbal particle. It is argued that the position of verbal particles is not to be accounted for by assuming an aspectual representation independent of information structure.

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166 180 Lehmann, Christian 1985. Grammaticalization: Synchronic variation and diachronic change. In: Lingua e Stile 20: 303

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of the diachronic changes in geographic conditions since there were major shifts in this network in Transdanubia during the Árpádian Age. 38 Studies along these lines would incidentally also shed light on the intriguing issue of why some cemeteries

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, Paul 1975 . Synchronic Variability and Diachronic Change in Basic Color Terms . Language in Society 4 : 257 – 270 . 10.1017/S0047404500006667 Kay, Paul ‒ Berlin, Brent ‒ Maffi, Luisa ‒ Merrifield, William. R. ‒ Cook, Richard 2009 . World

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verb belongs. As historical linguistics shows, this is an area where diachronic change often occurs, because it involves the active contribution of memory, a notoriously not perfectly efficient component. But as far as the major inflectional classes are

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