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2009 | 18 | 1 | 103 - 137
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HOW SHOULD THE HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE BE CORRECTLY CLASSIFIED WITHIN THE UGRIC LANGUAGE TAXON?

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The aim of this article is to consider the correct classification of the set of languages called the Ugric languages. The Ugric taxon includes Hungarian and two Ob-Ugric languages: Hanty and Mansi. However, Hungarian is so different from the Ob-Ugric languages that Hanty and Mansi should be put into a separate Ob-Ugric branch. Actually, that is only half of the step towards the correct classification of the Ugric languages. We have to insist that Hungarian is put into a separate subgroup called the Hungarian subgroup of the Ugric group, or perhaps organize a separate group inside the Finno-Ugric family.
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18
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1
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103 - 137
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  • Department of English, Linguistics and Foreign Languages of KF, Novosibirsk Pedagogical University, 28, Vilyuiskaya St., Novosibirsk, 630126, Russia
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