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Approaches to Hungarian: Volume 11: Papers from the 2007 New York Conference
Edited by Marcel den Dikken and Robert M. Vago
[Approaches to Hungarian 11] 2009
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2012. Responding to alternative and polar questions. Linguistics and Philosophy 35:5  pp. 361 ff. DOI logo
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2016. Is Mandarin Chinese a Truth-Based Language? Rejecting Responses to Negative Assertions and Questions. Frontiers in Psychology 7 DOI logo
Lipták, Anikó
2013. The syntax of emphatic positive polarity in Hungarian: Evidence from ellipsis. Lingua 128  pp. 72 ff. DOI logo
Lipták, Anikó
2022. Response particles and verbal identity. Journal of Uralic Linguistics 1:2  pp. 239 ff. DOI logo
Poletto, Cecilia & Raffaella Zanuttini
2013. Emphasis as reduplication: Evidence from sì che/no che sentences. Lingua 128  pp. 124 ff. DOI logo

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