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This course introduces students to the field of linguistics, the systematic study of human language. Drawing on data from a range of languages, it will examine the sound patterns of language (phonetics and phonology), words and word formation (morphology), sentence structure (syntax), meaning (semantics), and language in context (pragmatics). Emphasis will be placed on methods of linguistic analysis to solve problems in phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. May be repeated for credit as the focus of the course or instructor changes. May not be used to fulfill Ph.D. degree requirements in linguistics.

Linguistics - Graduate Programs

...more advanced courses: LING 5300: Linguistic Analysis LING 3330: Phonetics and Phonology LING 3340: Grammar...