In Istvan Kenesei (ed.), Approaches to Hungarian, Vol. 2. Szeged: JATE. pp. 167-190 (1987)

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Anna Szabolcsi
New York University
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With reference to Hungarian, the paper argues that DP is analogous to CP. The D head *a(z)* is an analog of the complementizer C. It enables its complement to act as an argument. Definiteness is anchored in a feature lower in the structure.
Keywords Determiner Phrase DP  complementizer  definiteness
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