MA theses from delg

This page (i) reports on the type of work the department's MA students are engaged in, (ii) acts as a kind of alumni list of the department by collecting those students who have decided to write their degree thesis in linguistics and (iii) may also help those students of SEAS who are planning to do so in selecting a topic and by suggesting a potential supervisor for the topic.

The page contains theses successfully defended. These are available in the SEAS library and occasionally are also downloadable. The title is followed by the name of the supervisor (sup.), the referee (ref.) and the mark it received (2=satisfactory, 3=fair, 4=good, 5=excellent). Every year (an autumn and a subsequent spring term) one linguistics thesis receives the Outstanding Thesis Award of SEAS; this is also indicated. The page also contains theses in preparation, these have been proposed but not yet defended.

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in preparation
  1. Bata Péter: Aspects of Estuary English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr05)
  2. Kőműves Anita: Verbal forms in VP ellipsis (sup.: Surányi Balázs; proposed spr05)
  3. Szőcs László: The influence of liquids on vowels in English and other West Germanic dialects (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed aut05)
  4. Nyári Péter: The conceptualization of fear and anger in English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; proposed aut05)
  5. Herman Zita: Grammatical treatment of pronouns (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; proposed spr06)
  6. Rácz Anna Zsófia: Empty categories in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; proposed spr06)
  7. Rakos Eszter: The language of gender targeting (sup.: Eitler Tamás; proposed aut06)
  8. Malomszegi Tünde: Simplicity in the English language: beliefs and reality (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed aut06)
  9. Sinkó Krisztián András: Issues of aspect in English and Hungarian (sup.: É. Kiss Katalin; proposed aut06)
  10. Selmeczi Péter András: Complex words in the lexicon (sup.: Lázár A. Péter; proposed aut05)
  11. Szőke Sarolta: Keeping conversation going in British English (sup.: Eitler Tamás; proposed spr07)
  12. Xi Jiayou: Scope phenomena (sup.: Bartos Huba; proposed spr07)
  13. Juhász Gabriella: Approaches to verb-particle constructions in English (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; proposed spr07)
  14. Varga Judit: Learnability in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; proposed aut07)
  15. Katona Dániel: A comprehensive syntactic analysis of an early modern English passage (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed aut07)
  16. Lőrincz Zoltán: Declension in Old English and Present day Icelandic (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr08)
  17. Veréb Krisztina: Morphosyntactic in early English correspondence: a sociolinguistic approach (sup.: Eitler Tamás; proposed spr08)
  18. Buda Borbála Sára: Research-based linguistic description of English-Hungarian transfer in phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; proposed aut08)
  19. Kugyela Tamás Dávid: The role of perception in the phonological analysis of English sound patterns (sup.: Kiss Zoltán; proposed aut08)
  20. Szebenyi Katalin: The treatment of reduced vowels in English and French (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr09)
  21. Bódis Helga Beáta: Typical French problems of English pronunciation and their causes (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr09)
  22. Tolnai Balázs: The passive and its replacement in Shakespeare's language (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr09)
  23. Szebenyi Katalin: The treatment of reduced vowels in English and French (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; proposed spr09)
  24. Karvaj Gábor: An overview of the English accusative-with-the-infinitive construction (sup.: Marosán Lajos; proposed spr09)
  25. Dr. Kopecsnikné Csirmaz Barbara Viktória: Possessive constructions in English, French and Hungarian (sup.: Hordós Marianna; proposed aut09)
  26. Csaba Réka: V2 and the Old English 'split subject'--an alignment syntax perspective (sup.: Mark Newson; proposed aut09)
  27. Schepácz András: Approaches to the structure of the Verb Phrase in English (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; proposed spr10)
spring 2011
  1. Gutmayer Helga: Units and clusters (glides, affricates and diphthongs) (sup.: Kiss Zoltán; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 4)
  2. Agócs Tamás: The stress patterns of suffixes of French origin in English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 2)
  3. Gazdag Szilvia: Vowel shortening before consonant clusters (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Kiss Zoltán; mark: 3)
  4. Gősi Judit: Palatalisation in Old English (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  5. Módos Diána: The accommodation of French nasals in English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 5)
  6. Verebes Ida Julianna: The interactions of vowels and consonants in English (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 5)
autumn 2010
  1. Hafner Orsolya: Expletives and constructions with expletive subjects (sup.: Hordós Marianna; ref.: Szécsényi Krisztina; mark: 4)
  2. Tési Áron: Old Norse influence on Old English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 4)
  3. Szabó Nikolett: Scope phenomena and negation: a cross-linguistic approach (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 5)
2010 spring
  1. Bácskai-Atkári Júlia: On the nature of comparative subclauses: a crosslinguistic approach (sup.: Kántor Gergely; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5)
  2. Füle Ágnes: Copular sentences in English (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  3. Recski Gábor András: Factorized language models in statistical machine translation (sup.: Kornai András; ref.: Oravecz Csaba; mark: 5)
  4. György Dániel: The interrelatedness of external and internal history in language (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Eitler Tamás; mark: 2)
autumn 2009
  1. Horváth Katalin: The status of possessor in English, German and Hungarian (sup.: Hordós Marianna; ref.: Szécsényi Krisztina; mark: 5)
  2. Jansik-Németh Nikolett: Wh-questions in English and Hungarian (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 4)
  3. Varga Botond: Quantifier scope ambiguities: a comparison of English and Hungarian (sup.: Hordós Marianna; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 2)
spring 2009
  1. Sóskuthy Márton: Why R? An alternative look at intrusive-R in English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  2. Dobozi Dóra: Palatalization in English and the Scandinavian languages (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kiss Zoltán; mark: 5)
  3. Pluhár Gabriella: Negation in finite and non-finite clauses (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 4)
  4. Rácz Péter Márton: A case study of an English phonological phenomenon: glottalization in Southern English (sup.: Blaho Sylvia/Bye, Patrik; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 5)
  5. Szabó Zsuzsanna: 'We have come to stay': the evolution of Romance suffixes in the 15th and 16th centuries (sup.: Eitler Tamás; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
  6. Pegler Kitti: Social roles and forms of address in Early Modern English: An investigation of Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 4)
  7. Tápai Anett: Transitivity and passivisation in English and Austronesian languages: analysis based on Standard Indonesian (sup.: Szécsényi Krisztina; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  8. Vadász Gábor: The evolution of perfect verbal forms through the history of the English language (sup.: Eitler Tamás; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  9. Ürmössy Zsuzsanna: The behaviour of the semivowels in Old English (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  10. Vékony Borbála Janka: An alternative account of the Rhythm Rule (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
autumn 2008
  1. Egri Krisztina: Elements of modern life in English anti-proverbs (sup.: Barta Péter; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  2. Kemény Ferenc: The nature of syllabification and the representation of words: a psycholinguistic study on word boundaries (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Bárkányi Zsuzsanna; mark: 5)
spring 2008
  1. Gyarmathy Zsófia: The palatal contrast within the framework of phonetically grounded phonology (sup.: Bárkányi Zsuzsanna; ref.: Kiss Zoltán; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  2. Képíró Brigitta: The role of the boundary tone in intonational theory (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 4)
  3. Feró Dalma: VP fronting (sup.: Surányi Balázs; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5)
  4. Tobisch Adrienn: Output-output correspondence in English phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
  5. Rácz Klaudia Melinda: The phonology of French loanwords in English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  6. Horváth Judit: English orthography: letter-to-sound rules (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  7. Bartusek Anna: Coronals and lenition in English (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 5)
  8. Benkő Zsuzsanna: The beginning of the word (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
  9. Rostás Gábor: Linguistic areas in western Europe (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  10. Janicsák Edit: Analyses of causative and decausative sentences (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 5)
  11. Csabay Noémi: The structure of the intonational phrase (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 5)
autumn 2007
  1. Bikics Milán: Nathaniel Fairfax, an English purist (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  2. Juhász András: The dismantling of English morphology (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  3. Várszegi Krisztina: Focus in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 5)
spring 2007
  1. Juhász-Laczik Tamás: Monastic vocabulary in Old English (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 4)
autumn 2006
  1. Maunula, Vili Oskari: Case marking, agreement and word order (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  2. Pulai Veronika: CCCC consonant clusters in English (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
  3. Märle Ágnes: The distribution of fricatives in Old English and Middle English (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 2)
  4. Werthmüller Gyöngyi: The order of constituents in Gower's English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 5)
  5. Gazdik Anna: The comparison of French, English and Hungarian verb-movement in an OT framework (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 5)
spring 2006
  1. Dékány Éva Katalin: The English cleft construction (sup.: Bartos Huba; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  2. Zentai Barbara: Doublets in the English Language (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 5)
  3. Kovács Pál: The early history of English fricatives (sup.: Cser András; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 5)
  4. Csontos Tamás: The acquisition of functional categories in English and Hungarian (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 4)
  5. Balogh Géza: Mapping language change (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  6. Cziczelszky Judit: Non-local phonotactic constraints (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: -; mark: 5)
  7. Uri-Kovács Ildikó: Subordinate clauses in Old English: observations based on the Parker Chronicle (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 5)
  8. Veres Ilona: Writing on the British Isles (sup.: Starcevic Attila; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
  9. Csender Anikó: The relationship between syllable structure and schwa-zero alternations in English and French (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
autumn 2005
  1. Romeisz Katalin: On historical sound changes of Hungarian (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: -; mark: 5)
  2. Szabó Gábor: Semantic and vocabulary development in children's narratives (sup.: Gósy Mária; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  3. Pécsi Edit: A comparative analysis of the lexis of two Old English dialects (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
  4. Adorján Márta Sarolta: Aspects of Hiberno-English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Kristó László; mark: 5)
  5. Komlósi Sarolta: The concept of fear in English, German and American (sup.: Kövecses Zoltán; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 5)
spring 2005
  1. Bánki Máté Tibor: Argument structure (sup.: Surányi Balázs; ref.: Hordós Marianna; mark: 5)
  2. Imrényi András: Interrogatives and negatives in English (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  3. Kántor Gergely: On the syntax of comparison (sup.: É. Kiss Katalin; ref.: Széchényi Krisztina; mark: 5)
  4. Kuti Judit: Some aspects of creative metaphors (sup.: Marosán Lajos; ref.: Kövecses Zoltán; mark: 5)
  5. Melegh Béla Tamás: Meter and linguistics reality in Shakespeare (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Starcevic Attila; mark: 4)
  6. Mészáros Balázs: Segment-zero alternations as analysed by competing phonological theories (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
  7. Szabados Tamás: The issues of gender in English Bible translations (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 4)
  8. Vértesaljai Zsuzsa: Sonorants in English accents (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
  9. Kusnerik Erika: Head Movement in the Minimalist Programme (sup.: Surányi Balázs; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  10. Tell Ágnes Mária: R-influence on tense and lax vowels in some English dialects (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 5)
autumn 2004
  1. Kovács Petra Magdolna: Problems of classifying French loanwords in English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
  2. Gyarmati Ágnes: Sonority and syllables structure (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
spring 2004
  1. Pándi Veronika: Topics in English segmental phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Rebrus Péter; mark: 5)
  2. Fazekas Kinga Gyöngyvér: A contrastive analysis of aspect in Hungarian students of English (sup.: Czeglédi Csaba; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  3. Kukorelli Eszter: Indicative tenses in English and German (sup.: Marosán Lajos; ref.: Surányi Balázs; mark: 5)
  4. Kertész Judit: English and Hungarian non-thematic objects (sup.: É. Kiss Katalin; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  5. Baló András Márton: The Scottish dialect: a sociolinguistic comparative study (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 3)
autumn 2003
  1. Jancsó Miklós: Non-finite forms in Old English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: FJ/MN; mark: 3)
  2. Lőbl Krisztina: Reception of the 20th century English loanwords in the Hungarian language (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 2)
  3. Szamarasz Vera Zoé: The metaphorical and metonymical conceptualisation of the hand (sup.: Kövecses Zoltän; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 5)
  4. Zalinian, David: Double consonants in Middle English speech and writing (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  5. Nagy Gizella: Wh-questions in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Surányi Balázs; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  6. Fodor Alexandra: Change in word order: a diachronic study of English subordinate clauses (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  7. Halas Dóra: The English intonation of Hungarian learners of English (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
spring 2003
  1. Merényi Csaba: The Double Object construction in English (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  2. Hevesi Katalin: Ablaut- and rhyme-motivated compounds in English (sup.: Lázár A. Péter; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
  3. Pálvölgyi Kata: The pre-nuclear part in the English intonation unit (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 5)
  4. Kertész Zsuzsa: Stratifying the Lexicon (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
autumn 2002
  1. Gergely Gábor: Vowels of southern hemisphere accents (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 4)
spring 2002
  1. Abrusán Márta: Interfaces of syntax (sup.: É. Kiss Katalin; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  2. Balogh Melinda: Spoken Hiberno-English in Dublin as represented in Irish novels in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s (sup.: Põdör Dóra; ref.: Mecsnóber Tekla; mark: 4)
  3. Gulyás Adrienn: Adoption of French food terms in English or the necessity of borrowing (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 3)
  4. Huber Dániel: Velar phenomena: processes and their expression in phonology (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  5. Kazár Krisztina: Input in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Bartos Huba; mark: 3)
  6. Lőrincz Ádám: Instrumental in Old English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Cser András; mark: 4)
  7. Sinha Rajkumar Viktor: Synthesis versus analysis in English and other languages (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
  8. Tóth Marianna: English sound clusterings in CV and VC pohonology (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
autumn 2001
  1. Erdélyi Kinga: Word order phenomena in subordinate clauses (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  2. Kézsmárki Adrienn: Derivation and inflection in the English language (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 5)
  3. Nagy Lajos: Lexicographical concerns of constructing a dictionary (sup.: Lázár A. Péter; ref.: Marosán Lajos; mark: 4)
  4. Oláh Gábor: Consonant clusters in English (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
spring 2001
  1. Benda Klára: Lexical markers of the author's presence in academic texts (sup.: Lázár A. Péter; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 2)
  2. Bottyán Gergely: How (not) to do things with Searle: A critique of Searlean Speech Act Theory illustrated with Harold Pinter's Birthday Party (sup.: Kállay Géza; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 5)
  3. Kedvesné Madarassy Melinda: A study of spoken English in an Australian play: Ray Lawler Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Holló Dorottya; mark: 3)
  4. Koltay András: The problems around /ju:/ in English phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Szigetvári Péter; mark: 4)
  5. László Áron Márk: Middle English sound change mechanisms: The "Farm" rule (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 4)
  6. Palla Orsolya: Small clauses (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
  7. Starcevic Attila: Syllable-initial consonant clusters in English and Croatian: a melodic view on laryngeal and floating elements (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
autumn 2000
  1. Egry Zsuzsanna: Ineffability in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Bartos Huba; mark: 4)
  2. Oravecz Csaba: Machine learning methods using English corpora in natural language processing (sup.: Kálmán László; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 4)
  3. Schmel Katalin: Back-channelling signals of listeners in face-to-face conversations (sup.: Csölle Anita; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
spring 2000
  1. Csirmaz Anikó: Verbal constructions: The passive (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Bartos Huba; mark: 5)
  2. Csömör Boglárka: The discourse functions of English intonation (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 5)
  3. Dienes Péter Szabolcs: VC Phonology: A theory of consonant lenition and phonotactics (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Siptár Péter; mark: 5)
  4. Gefferth Katalin Ágnes: Segmental alternations in English (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Siptár Péter; mark: 5)
  5. Hasznos Andrea: Grammar of the Northumbrian dialect with reference to that of the Anglo-Saxon dialect (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 4)
  6. Horváth Katalin: A szenvedő szerkezet alakulása az ó- és középangolban (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 5)
  7. Kürti Gábor Dezsőné: Lexical communication strategies in second language production (sup.: Kormos Judit; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  8. Pócsik Mónika: The Northumbrian dialect of Old English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 4)
  9. Szalay Miklós Zoltán: Foreign influences on Old English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 2)
  10. Szenthe János: Some aspects of genitive case in English (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
autumn 1999
  1. Bálint Gábor: Jamaican Creole: A separate language or a dialect of English (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
  2. Banitz Ildikó: Conservative and innovative pronunciation in Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 2)
  3. Eitler Tamás Krisztián: Syntactic tendencies in the Late Old English and the Middle English period: Constituent order restructuring as an example of grammar competition and dialectally diffusive parameter resetting (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  4. Komoróczy Szonja Ráhel: Isaac Bashevis Singer in Yiddish and English (sup.: Géher István; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 4)
  5. Ujvárosi Gábor: Changes in the phonological and semantic transparency of words (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
spring 1999
  1. Bártfai Judit: Vocabulary differences in the American and British written press (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Kövecses Zoltán; mark: 2)
  2. Czakó Tiborné Héray Zsuzsanna: Aspects of movement in English: Syntax in the Lexicon (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: É. Kiss Katalin; mark: 4)
  3. Fehér Katalin: Aspects of New Zealand English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  4. Furcsa Laura: Morphological domains in English phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 4)
  5. Horváth Gábor: English rhymes: representational considerations of consonant syllabicity and schwa deletion in English (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
  6. Kiss Erika: Schemata in gender discourse (sup.: Illés Éva; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 2)
  7. Kovács Gábor István: Verb types in learners' dictionaries: The complementation of single word verbs (sup.: Lázár A. Péter; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  8. Kürti Anna: Phonotactic constraints and vowel-zero alternationsin English (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Polgárdi Krisztina; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  9. Lukács Ágnes Zsuzsanna: Consonant clusters: The phonotactics of English consonant sequences (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Siptár Péter; mark: 5)
  10. Lukács Ágota: Aspects of English negation: The syntax of not (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Bartos Huba; mark: 5)
  11. Orosz Árpád: Some questions of topicalization in English (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
  12. Sazdovsa Jasmina: How jokes work (sup.: Illés Éva; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  13. Szabó Ágnes: Anglicism in contemporary Dutch (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Mollay Erzsébet; mark: 5)
  14. Szakáts Attila: The influence of computer language usage on general English (sup.: Kövecses Zoltán; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  15. Tettamanti Zsófia: French elements in English orthography (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 3)
  16. Újvári Csaba: The rising nuclear contours in English intonation (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 3)
autumn 1998
  1. Duray Zsuzsa: Foreigner talk (sup.: Kormos Judit; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 3)
  2. Hajdú Réka Ágnes: The metaphors of slavery (sup.: Kövecses Zoltán; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  3. Nagy Edina Gertrúd: Descriptive language and gender (sup.: Ruth Petzold; ref.: Varga László; mark: 3)
  4. Nagy Roland: Rhyme sonorants in the history of English and Dutch (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Polgárdi Krisztina; mark: 5)
spring 1998
  1. Balogné Bérces Katalin: English syllable structure and vowel shortening (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Varga László; mark: 5)
  2. Barna Domonkos: Representation of consonants with unary features: Aspiration in English (sup.: Szigetvári Péter; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 5)
  3. Bélavári Noémi: Attitudes towards American English in Hungary (sup.: Ruth Petzold; ref.: Varga László; mark: 3)
  4. Harcz Balázs Dániel: Productivity in English affixation (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 4)
  5. Kiss Zoltán: Nasals and nasal processes (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
  6. Lacza Katalin: Meaning, sense and text: Conveying a message through literary translation (sup.: Papp Andrea; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 3)
  7. Révész Andrea: Subject positions in English (sup.: Bartos Huba; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  8. Surányi Balázs: Optimal binding (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Komlósy András; mark: 5)
autumn 1997
  1. Fejes Balázs: Attitude towards the American and British varieties in the speech community of the English majors of Eötvös Loránd University (sup.: Ruth Petzold; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
  2. Varga Veronika: A szenvedő szerkezet az angolban (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Bartos Huba; mark: 4)
spring 1997
  1. Balázs József: Centring diphthongs in Present-Day English (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Varga László; mark: 4)
  2. Csides Csaba: The special status of /r/ in RP (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  3. Dobner Győző: Some problems in the field of Old English vowels: The problem of accented ie in Early West Saxon (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 3)
  4. Gáspár Miklós: Coordination in Optimality Theory (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: É. Kiss Katalin; mark: 5)
  5. Gollob Szabolcs: The low vowels in the English language (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5; winner of the Outstanding Thesis Award)
  6. Kristó László: Syllable structure in Government Phonology (sup.: Törkenczy Miklós; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 5)
autumn 1996
  1. Marton Valéria: A linguistic investigation of Middle English correspondence (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 3)
  2. Nógrádiné Wirth Judit: The impact of feminism on literary and linguistic theory (sup.: Louise O. Vasvári; ref.: Juliet Langman; mark: 4)
  3. Rádai Gábor: The Combinator K in English and Hungarian (sup.: —; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5)
spring 1996
  1. Bereczky Klára: Resolving miscommunication between native and Hungarian speakers of English (sup.: Juliette Langman; ref.: Dörnyei Zoltán; mark: 4)
  2. Bödör Zoltán: Scandinavian borrowings in English (sup.: Farkas Judit; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 3)
  3. Kormosné Dózsa Erzsébet: The language of newspapers and magazines (sup.: Stephanides Éva; ref.: Farkas Judit; mark: 5)
  4. Wenszky Nóra: Secondary stress in English words: The stressing of words ending in -ary/-ory (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 5)
autumn 1995
  1. Cser András: Development of the OE consonant system (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 5)
  2. Németh Zsuzsanna: The treatment of English of generative grammar: A comparison (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Stephanides Éva; mark: 3)
  3. Radeczky Annamária: Adjectival synonyms and antonyms in English and Hungarian (sup.: Stephanides Éva; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 2)
  4. Ruszthy Lívia: The passive voice (sup.: Mark Newson; ref.: Lázár A. Péter; mark: 4)
  5. Turi László: Communication technologies in English law: Legal literacy and Francis Bacon's Philosophy (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Kállay Géza; mark: 5)
spring 1995
  1. Baky Zsuzsanna: A komplementatív és adjunktív bővítmények fogalma a modern angol nyelvészetben (sup.: Varga László; ref.: Mark Newson; mark: 5)
  2. Dóra Szilvia: Nyelvkapcsolatok: az angol jövevényszavak morfológiai szempontból történő elemzése az oroszban (sup.: Rot Sándor; ref.: Takács Béla; mark: 5)
  3. Tamás Csaba: Az angol magánhangzó-rendszer különböző megközelítései (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Törkenczy Miklós; mark: 4)
autumn 1994
  1. Elek Éva: Comparative linguistic study of American and British English (sup.: Kniezsa Veronika; ref.: Nádasdy Ádám; mark: 2)
  2. Korpa Botond: Az alliteratív költészet nyelve az óangolban (sup.: Nádasdy Ádám; ref.: Kniezsa Veronika; mark: 4)