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LING W3101 Introduction to Linguistics. 3 points.

An introduction to the study of language from a scientific perspective. The course is divided into three units: language as a system (sounds, morphology, syntax, and semantics), language in context (in space, time, and community), and language of the individual (psycholinguistics, errors, aphasia, neurology of language, and acquisition). Workload: lecture, weekly homework, and final examination. 

LING W4204 Introduction To Phonology. 3 points.

Not offered during 2020-21 academic year.

The systemic deployment of speech sounds at the service of language’s morphosyntax.  Alternational phonology; rule and representation; phonological features; linear and nonlinear phonology (autosegments, tiers); metrical and grid phonology; prosodology.

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