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On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Michael Poxon wrote:

> Dear Padraic,
> Mmm... it also depends on what you call a 'case'; Hungarian has a lot of
> what are called cases, but often these are simply prepositions like
> "towards", "into" and so on. What does our resident Magyar think?
> Mike

Well, it is that way, most of these cases are locative in nature, like my
favourite, the superessive (meaning, "on something":

asztalon (asztal "table", -n being the marker of the superessive)

on [a] table

Personally, I do consider them cases, fwiw.

---frank