Spanish and Portuguese | Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
S326 | 6113 | Professor César Félix-Brasdefer


HISP-S 326 Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics  (3 credits)
Prerequisite:  S310 or equivalent

This course provides an introduction to Hispanic Linguistics and
establishes a foundation in the major areas of linguistics which
will prepare students to succeed in future courses in Hispanic
Linguistics. After a general introduction on the nature of language,
the course presents a description of the sound system of Spanish
followed by a study of the principles of phonetic transcription.
Next, basic concepts in morphology, the structure of words, will be
examined, including a description of the general principles of the
formation of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, and verbs. Then, in order
to examine the combination of words in a sentence, this course will
review the basic concepts of sentence structure (syntax) and its
connection to meaning (semantics). This course ends with an overview
of basic concepts in second language acquisition, variation in
language use (sociolinguistics), and language use in context
(pragmatics).

S326 #6113 1:00P-2:15P TR  Room=TBA Professor César Félix-Brasdefer
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Note to current majors who matriculated to IU prior to Fall 2003:
S326 can fulfill the 400-level linguistics requirement.