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Chapitre II: Une langue agglutinante

Abstract : Following Greenberg's statistical analysis (1954) and Plank's comparison of agglutinating and flexional languages (1999) this chapter shows that Hungarian is not a prototypical agglutinating language. Suffix alternations follow vowel harmony but a great number of alternations of the base are weakening the agglutinating nature of the language. This conclusion relies on a corpus analysis.
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Anna Sörés. Chapitre II: Une langue agglutinante. Le hongrois dans la typologie des langues, Lambert-Lucas, pp.29-51., 2006, 2-915806-29-2. ⟨halshs-01086756⟩

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