English language entry level: B1 (CEFR)
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Students will be introduced to some basic notions concerning the phonetics, phonology, morphology and syntax of the English language. The notions acquired will be used to illustrate strategies for the linguistic analysis of texts of different types.
Language module: learning and development of the primary communicative competences (written and oral skills) in general English (B1+ level of the CEFR).
Linguistics (L12): the course will cover the following concepts: the classification of the speech sounds of English, aspects of connected speech, the formation of English words, models for the analysis of syntactic structure.
Handouts by the lecturer, available on
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For non-attenders/in-depth study
Roach, P. (2000) English Phonetics and Phonology: A Practical Course. Cambridge University Press.
Carstair-McCarthy, A. (2002) An Introduction to English Morphology. Edinburgh University Press.
Miller, J. (2002) An Introduction to English Syntax. Edinburgh University Press.