LINGUIST List 12.1837

Tue Jul 17 2001

Books: Hungarian Grammar, Philosophy of Linguistics

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  1. Sean Hanrahan, Grammar: Hungarian: An Essential Grammar by Carol H. Rounds
  2. Sean Hanrahan, Philosophy of Ling: Essays on Linguistic Context Sensitivity

Message 1: Grammar: Hungarian: An Essential Grammar by Carol H. Rounds

Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:09:12 -0400
From: Sean Hanrahan <seanrahanhotmail.com>
Subject: Grammar: Hungarian: An Essential Grammar by Carol H. Rounds


Carol H. Rounds, Columbia University, HUNGARIAN: An Essential Grammar

Hungarian: An Essential Grammar is a concise, user-friendly guide to
the most important structures of this fascinating language. All
students of Hungarian-beginner, immediate or advanced-will welcomeits
clarity of presentation and jargon- free explanations. It is ideal for
those studying independently or following a taught course. Topics
include: verbal prefixes, aspect and tense, word-formation mechanisms,
linking vowels, the case systems and its uses, and word
order. Appendices include the formation of irregular verbs, complete
noun declensions, and irregular noun patterns. With numerous language
examples bringing grammar to life, this truly essential reference work
will prove invaluable to all students looking to master the patterns
and irregularities of modern Hungarian.

Routledge September 2001 336 pp
Hb: 0415226112: $75.00 �45.00
Pb: 0415226120: $22.95 �13.99

I. Alphabet, Pronunciation and Vowel Harmony
1. Alphabet
2. Pronunciation
3. Vowel Harmony

II. Parts of Speech
4. Verbs
5. Nouns
6. The Case System
7. Pronouns
8. Possession
9. Postpositions
10. Adjectives
11. Adverbs
12. Word Formation
13. Conjunctions
14. Numerals
15. Interjections

Part III: Sentence Structure
16. Sentence Elements and Word Order
17. Special Constructions

Appendix 1. Some irregular Verbs
Appendix 2: Noun Declensions
Appendix 3. Irregular Nouns
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Message 2: Philosophy of Ling: Essays on Linguistic Context Sensitivity

Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:10:16 -0400
From: Sean Hanrahan <seanrahanhotmail.com>
Subject: Philosophy of Ling: Essays on Linguistic Context Sensitivity

Steven Gross, University of Pennsylvania, ESSAYS ON LINGUISTIC
CONTEXT SENSITIVITY: Philosophical Significance

Drawing upon research in philosophical logic, linguistics and
cognitive science, this study explores how our ability to use and
understand language depends upon our capacity to keep track of complex
features of the contexts in which we converse. Studies in Philosophy
series.

Routledge July 2001 168 pp
Hb: 0 815 34038 9 $65.00 �45.00
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