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Németh T., Eniko and Károly Bibok. 2010. Interaction between grammar and pragmatics: The case of implicit arguments, implicit predicates and co-composition in Hungarian. Journal of Pragmatics 42 (2) : 501–524.
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Language as a subject
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Defining grammar and pragmatics as two particular yet not autonomous components of the theory of language modeling grammatical and pragmatic competences, this study assumes their co-operation in language use contexts. An analysis of three types of Hungarian utterances, involving implicit arguments, implicit predicates and co-composition, shows that grammatical and pragmatic factors intensively interact in several ways.