Articles of the selected author in Verbum:

  • El nexo copulativo en húngaro y en español
    Author Rózsavári, Nóra
    Issue Vol. XII/2010/1
    Category Linguistica
    DOI 10.1556/Verb.12.2010.1.10
    Pages pp. 157-163
    Keywords copula, classification, identification, permanent quality, inherent quality
    Abstract The Hungarian verb van ‘to be' may be rendered in Spanish by two verbs: ser and estar. The translation of van depends on the structure in which these two verbs appear. When the copula is followed by a noun, pronoun or the preposition de and a noun, there is an obligatory use of ser. It is used without a preposition to identify or to classify. When it classifies, it can take the preposition de. Estar always takes a preposition. It may indicate the function performed by the subject or it may indicate various other things depending on the preposition. When the verb is followed by an adjective, ser expresses a permanent or inherent quality, estar expresses a quality which is neither permanent nor inherent. Sometimes both verbs may be used with the same adjective, but there is a change of meaning.
  • Algunos aragonesismos fonéticos y morfológicos en el Libro de Marco Polo de Juan Fernández de Heredia
    Author Rózsavári, Nóra
    Issue Vol. V/2003/1
    Category Linguistica
    Pages pp. 69-72
    Abstract When Libro de Marco Polo by Juan Fernández de Heredia was published in the 14th century, it was the most important corpus of Aragonese literature. The author of this paper determines the linguistic influences of the original dialect of Aragón tracable in the book.