Hungarian Noun Phrase

Hungarian Noun Phrase

This page is about noun phrases in Hungarian grammar.

Read more about Hungarian Noun Phrase:  Syntax, Grammatical Marking, Numerals, Quantity Expressions, Positional Suffixes, Order of Noun Suffixes, Duplication With Demonstrative Determiners

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Hungarian Noun Phrase - Duplication With Demonstrative Determiners
... When the noun has a plural suffix, a "case" suffix or a postposition, this is duplicated on the demonstrative ...

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