This study analyzes and brings together two seemingly unrelated phenomena in the grammar of Hungarian. The first is the meaning and the syntax of negation; the second is the meaning of the temporal connective amíg 'while'. […]
In Papers from the 27th Regional Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society 1991, Part Two: The Parasession on Negation, Lise M. Dobrin, Lynn Nichols, and Rosa M. Rodriguez (eds.), pp. 246–262. Chicago Linguistic Society, 1991.
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