Romance Languages

Courses

Please note that not every course listed is offered each year and that students should consult the following sources for current course offerings:

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

Arabic

ARAB-1013. Beginning Arabic I

This course assumes no prior knowledge of Arabic. The course provides an introduction to standard Arabic writing and sound systems. It aims to provide basic proficiency in speaking, reading, writing and understanding the language.

ARAB-1023. Beginning Arabic II

Arabic is an important language with a rich cultural history. More than 150 million people speak Arabic today, and most of them reside in the Middle East and North Africa. However, Arabic speakers also constitute a wider global community since Arabic is the language of the Qu'ran (Koran), the holy book of the world's roughly 1.5 billion Muslims. In addition, Arabic has had considerable linguistic influence since many other tongues have adopted its script, including Persian, Urdu, Malay, and (until the 1920s) Turkish.

Romance Languages

ROML-2013. Introduction to Linguistics I

Introduction to the scientific study of language and particularly to the terminology, theory, and practice of linguistic analysis in phonetics, the study of the sounds of human language and phonology, the study of the sound patterns of human languages.

ROML-2023. Introducton to Linguistics II

Introduction to the scientific study of language and particularly to the terminology, theory, and practice of linguistic analysis in morphology (the study of word structure), syntax (the study of phrase structure), and semantics (the study of meaning).

Last Published: Sat Dec 16 06:05:01 2017