Language Variativity in Hungarian Dialects in Slovakia

Utolsó módosítás: 2016. november 07.

Pandora Books 38.

Gábor Lőrincz: Language Variativity in Hungarian Dialects in Slovakia


The recent volume of Pandora Books, the scientific series sponsored by the Faculty of Humanities, has been published.
The author, Gábor Lőrincz Ph.D., is the lecturer of the Department of Hungarian Linguistics. His monography is the first attempt in Hungarian linguistics to connect the theoretical and practical aspects of language variativity. The sociolinguistic and descriptive approach is an excellent way to achieve new results, and it is a useful method in Hungarian grammar textbooks between the ages of ten and eighteen.
The analysis of language variativity in different dialects of the Hungarian language in Slovakia is important, because probably more variants exists in those dialects, than in different dialects used by native Hungarians living in Hungary. That is because the Hungarian vocabulary used in Slovakia contains young lexical items, which are not used so far.
Researching and analysing textbooks play an important part in pedagogy, because the quality of the tools and the curriculum are the most important element of the learning process.


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