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. The meaning of topic and focus—The 59th Street Bridge accent. Routledge, London. Büring D. The meaning of topic and focus—The 59th Street Bridge accent

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, Katalin 1981b. Topic and focus: The operators of the Hungarian sentence. In: Folia Linguistica (Acta Societatis Linguistica Eurpaeae) 16: 305–330. Kiss K. Topic and focus: The operators

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, H. H. , Clark, E. V. , (1977). Psychology and language: An introduction to psycholinguistics . Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York É. Kiss, K. , (1981a) Topic and Focus: The Operators of the Hungarian Sentence

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Rooth, Mats 1992. A theory of focus interpretation. In: Natural Language Semantics 1: 75–116. Rooth M. A theory of focus interpretation Natural Language

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. Remarks on the order of elements in the Hungarian focus field. In: István Kenesei (ed.): Approaches to Hungarian 3 (Structures and arguments), 95–121. JATE, Szeged. Brody M

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136 Downing, Laura — Al Mtenje — Bernd Pompino-Marschall 2006. Prosodic cues to focus in Chichewa. Manuscript. ZAS, Humboldt University Berlin, University of Malawi

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the interviews conducted with disadvantaged children from fifth and sixth grade the focus was on what attitudes they have related to learning and schoolwork in general and, as part of this, on their attitudes toward the process of learning English

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Charles Clifton. 1995. Focus, accent, and argument structure: Effects on language comprehension. Language and Speech 38. 365–391. Clifton C. Focus, accent, and argument structure

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Bartels, Christine 1995. Second occurrence test. Manuscript, University of Massachusetts Amherst. Bartels, Christine 2004. Acoustic correlates of “second occurrence” focus: Towards an

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Clark . 2008 . Sense and sensitivity . Malden, MA & Oxford : Blackwell . Büring , Daniel and Katharina Hartmann . 2001 . The syntax and semantics of focus-sensitive particles in German . Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 19 . 229

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