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  1. ALCHUKUR LEILA, Wh-movement in English and Arabic (BA English, Szécsényi, Krisztina, DELG, 2017, submitted)
  2. Bajnay Berta Katalin, The etymology of English musical terms of French origin (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  3. Bálint Helga, Compounds in English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2014, defended)
  4. Benkő Ágnes, /r/ and pre-/r/ vowels in some English accents (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, defended)
  5. Bereczki Nelli, The role of stress in English and Hungarian: the phenomenon of stress ’deafness’ (BA American, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2013, defended)
  6. Biczók Bálint, Az ACD-jelenségek lehetséges megközelítései (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2011, defended)
  7. Bosnyák Júlia, On the subject of English small clauses from the perspective of Generative grammar (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, defended)
  8. Böröndy Elza, The Wade-Giles phonological transcription of the Chinese language (BA English, Bartos Huba, DELG, 2009, defended)
  9. Budai Hajnal Andrea, Vowel mergers in some English accents: Mergers before R (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, defended)
  10. Budai Szilvia, Accents in popular culture: Accent asymmetry (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  11. Dabóczy Katalin, The vocalic system of Scottish Standard English (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2014, defended)
  12. Dékány Norbert, Distribution of syllabic R in English and Serbian (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2012, defended)
  13. Eredics Diána, The comparison of English and Hungarian phonemes through language jokes (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  14. Fábián Eszter Mária, Types and effects of negation in English and German (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, defended)
  15. Farkas Dorina, Allophonic variation in the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary: Pre-lateral effects on tense vowels (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2014, defended)
  16. Fodor Brigitta, Scottish vowel length: Regular vowel length alternations and the raising of /ae/ in Scottish Standard English (BA English, Siptár Péter, DELG, 2011, defended)
  17. Fónad Natália, The Neutrality of English Suffixes (BA American, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  18. Frei Ágnes, Sentence structures in English and Danish: Constituent-order analysis from a topological point of view (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2011, defended)
  19. Gőcze Borbála, Stress assignment by affixes in English: Mixed suffixes (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  20. Görög Julianna, Typical Hungarian mistakes of English pronunciation and their causes (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2010, defended)
  21. Gyarmati Ádám, The strange case of Schwa the Intruder and Schwa the Outcast: Schwa epenthesis and schwa elision in English and Dutch (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2014, defended, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  22. Hlavacska Darinka, The distribution of Linking-R and Intrusive-R in English dialects (BA English, G. Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2017, defended)
  23. Hoffmann Bettina Tamara, What if you can’t lisp: substituting th (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, defended)
  24. Huber Jaroslava, Fronting Phenomena in English Language (BA English, Newson Mark, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  25. Izsáki Tímea, Case assignment in English and German: A comparative and contrastive analysis (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2009, defended)
  26. Jankó Katalin, Current changes in British English: as reflected in the transcription system (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  27. Juric Igor, Distribution of the nasals in Serbian and English (BA English, Starčević Attila, DELG, 2011, defended)
  28. Kánya Fruzsina, Comparing the phonologies of varieties of English: the behaviour of the palatal glide in accents of English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2009, defended)
  29. Kedves Nárcisz Ilona, Theta-role and case assignment in there-constructions (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2010, defended)
  30. Kindert Kata Lívia, English native children’s difficulties in the acquisition of the passive voice (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2012, defended)
  31. Kiss Gábor, Studies in English-Swedish Contrastive Phonetics: r-coloured vowels in English and Swedish (BA English, Siptár Péter, DELG, 2012, defended)
  32. Kiss Júlia, The behaviour of the palatal approximant in British and American English: processes of change (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2012, defended)
  33. Kiss Naómi, The comparison of the transcription systems of standard British English: RP and SSBE (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2014, defended)
  34. Kiss Veronika Tünde, The present state of “cure” lowering (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  35. Kocsis Szabolcs, Geminates in the English language (BA English, -, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  36. Komlósi Réka, French Loanwords in English: The Pronunciation of Recently Adopted French Loanwords in English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  37. Korda Gergely, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation and their causes: The phonological aspect (BA American, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2011, defended)
  38. Koroknay Márton László, Some typical mistakes made by Hungarians in the pronunciation of English vowels: Mistakes in the production of English long monophthongs (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, defended)
  39. Kósa László, The phonology of English compounds (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  40. Kovács Fruzsina, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation: the ’th’ sounds (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, defended)
  41. Kucsera Márton, Participial constructions in English (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, defended, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  42. Lagos Cortes Mátyás Bence, Complementisers in the English language: The distribution of the CP projection (BA English, Newson Mark, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  43. Lelner Zsófia, Prenominal possessors in English (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  44. Létai Olga Zsuzsanna, Light verbs in the structure of English sentences (BA English, Varga, László, DELG, 2012, defended)
  45. Linka Zsuzsanna Tünde, The glottal stop in English and Danish (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, defended)
  46. Lipécz Emese Eszter, The English ditransitive construction in different theoretical frameworks (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2010, defended, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  47. Magyar Alexandra, The Early stages of language acquisition and the omission of the copula in child English (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2017, defended)
  48. Manninger Mária, Typical Hungarian mistakes in the pronunciation of English vowels: Mispronunciations caused by the different vowel inventories and rules in the two languages (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2011, defended, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  49. Marton Boglárka, Phonological changes conditioned by syllabic position (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2011, defended)
  50. Menczer Izabella, Focus, definiteness and relative clauses in there-sentences (BA American, Newson Mark, DELG, 2015, defended, OUTSTANDING THESIS)
  51. Mentes Júlia Virgínia, Variation in English phonology: Internal and external conditioning of phonological variation with particular focus on t,d-deletion (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2012, defended)
  52. Molvay Kinga, The treatment of tense in the representation of the English sentence (BA English, Varga László, DELG, 2011, defended)
  53. Nagy Laura, Do you understand what I am saying? - Accents of English: RP, GA, and the diphthongisation in Long Island (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  54. Nagy Zita, The phonological effects of liquids on surrounding sounds in Swedish and English (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  55. Németh Katalin Zsófia, The phonology of English loanwords in Italian (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  56. Nguyen Dang Nóra Lien, Emphatic do in Syntax First Alignment System (BA English, Newson, Mark, DELG, 2014, defended)
  57. Ocsenás Alica, A comparison of finite and non-finite clauses in English and in Hungarian (BA English, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2011, defended)
  58. Oláh Nikoletta, Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation: Hungarian yes/no questions on the basis of English intonation (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2011, defended)
  59. Ónodi Krisztián, English as a pro-drop language:: Syntactic approaches to subject omission in the diary register (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  60. Pálfy Antal, Typical mistakes made by Hungarians in English and their causes (BA American, Szécsényi Krisztina, DELG, 2010, defended)
  61. Pándi Julianna Sarolta, Flapping in American English: a theoretical approach: Intervocalic flapping of alveolar stops (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, defended)
  62. Papp Csilla, The advantages and disadvantages of English spelling (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2009, defended)
  63. Papp Dóra, Intrusive /r/ and its role as a possible hiatus-filler consonant (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2017, defended)
  64. Parall Richárd Benjámin, Compounds in English: Their characteristics, categories and boundaries (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  65. Pataky Éva, On the laryngeal contrast of English plosives (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2010, defended)
  66. Pénzes Dóra, Ergativity in English and Spanish (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, defended)
  67. Péter Evelin Erzsébet, Language specific access in phonological analysis (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2013, defended)
  68. Pfeifenrót Fanni Mária, The special status of initial /s/+C clusters (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  69. Pock Orsolya, Sentence stress: contrast and emphasis (BA English, Varga László, DELG, 2010, defended)
  70. Porpáczy Adrienn, Background to some typical Hungarian mistakes in English consonantal articulation (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2009, defended)
  71. Poszuk Réka, The phenomenon of intrusive-R: A descriptive essay about the most peculiar phenomenon of the English language (BA English, Kiss Zoltán, DELG, 2011, defended)
  72. Pribil Péter, Long-distance dependencies in lexical functional grammar (BA English, Komlósy András, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  73. Rácz Emőke, A comparsion of the vowel inventories of various English accents: Pre-R breaking and Pre-R broadening (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2010, defended)
  74. Réti Lőrinc, The linguistics of English puns (BA American, Lázár A. Péter, DELG, 2014, defended)
  75. Riskó Gergely, Phonetic differences between early and late French loanwords, and the motivation behind them (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  76. Romhányi Ármin, The NURSE-phenomenon (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  77. Rung Ádám, Distribution of glides in Hungarian, English and Latin (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2009, defended)
  78. Schmidt Lili Sára, The use of the articles in English and Swedish (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, defended)
  79. Sélley András, Yod-dropping and Yod-coalescence in British and American English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2014, defended)
  80. Seszták Sándor, Modern translations of Chaucer’s The Canterbury tales (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2009, defended)
  81. Simon Balázs, The glottal stop (BA English, My supervisor's name is not present on my thesis., DELG, 2014, defended)
  82. Stefanecz Szilvia, Various causes of ambiguity in the English language (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, defended)
  83. Szabó Ádám, Vowel Reduction in English and Russian (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  84. Szabó Ildikó Emese, Compensatory lengthening: Is there synchronic compensatory lengthening in English? (BA English, Szigetvári Péter, DELG, 2013, defended)
  85. Szabó Petra Florina, Social and regional variation and intrusive /r/ (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2013, defended)
  86. Szakál Eszter, A comparative analysis of transcription systems for English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, defended)
  87. Szalay Anikó, The differences in the distribution of nasal sounds in English and Polish: A proposal for a consistent usage of IPA symbols for Polish nasal vowels (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2010, defended)
  88. Szalay Tünde Orsolya, The changing distribution of the phoneme /r/ and its influence on the preceding vowels presented through late 18th and early 19th century pronunciation guides (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2012, defended)
  89. Szegedi Márton, Post-verbal DPs in there-constructions (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2016, submitted)
  90. Széll Zsófia, Analyzing /r/ in English: With a special focus on R-sandhi (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2013, defended)
  91. Szombathy Péter, Glottal stop in various dialects of English (BA English, Törkenczy Miklós, DELG, 2009, defended)
  92. Tárczy Balázs László, A comparison of English and French multiple complement verb structures (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  93. Tomacsek Vivien, Approaches to the structure of English small clauses (BA English, Hordós Marianna, DELG, 2012, defended)
  94. Tóth Lilla, The English Negation: What the respondents say? (BA English, Marosán Lajos, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  95. Töklincz Tamara, The description and analysis of the schwa vowel (BA English, Kis Zoltán, DELG, 2015, submitted)
  96. Varga Laura, R-related rules in Received Pronunciation and Standard Scottish English (BA English, Starčević Attila, DELG, 2012, defended)
  97. Varga Tibor, Flapping in American English (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2010, defended)
  98. Vass Gabriella, Typical Hungarian mistakes in English pronunciation (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2011, defended)
  99. Vizvári Júlia, Hungarian mistakes in the pronunciation of English vowels (BA English, Starcevic Attila, DELG, 2011, defended)
  100. Zalánki Gábor, Birth of a phoneme (BA English, Nádasdy Ádám, DELG, 2013, defended)