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Module INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN LINGUISTICS

Module code: GN318A
Credits: 5
Semester: 1
Quota: 24
Department: GERMAN
International: Yes
Coordinator: Dr Clive Earls (GERMAN)
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The module will offer an introduction to some of the fundamental approaches to linguistics, such as cross-cultural semantics, morpho-syntax, contrastive linguistics, phonetics, pragma-linguistics, and socio-linguistics. The module will enable students to further improve their German language skills by helping them to understand how the German language works. The module is divided into two halves: Theoretical Linguistics (semiotics, morphology, phonetics, semantics and pragmatics) and Applied Linguistics (language policy and planning, German as a lingua franca, multilingualism and second language acquisition).

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