Edited by Johan Brandtler, Valéria Molnár and Christer Platzack
[Approaches to Hungarian 13] 2013
► pp. 33–44
I argue that cases of personal pronouns that appear to be interpretable as universal impersonals only in the presence of a (typically locative) adverbial phrase are in fact not impersonal pronouns at all. These “universal impersonal cum adverbial” constructions involve an ordinary anaphoric personal pronoun whose antecedent is a silent people hidden in the locative.