Linguistics
 

Structure of Modern English

Structure of Modern English
A thorough consideration of the syntactic structures and patterns of Modern English, with some attention given to possible applications.
ELANG
529
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesELANG 325; or instructor's consent.
 TaughtSpring odd years
 ProgramsContaining ELANG 529
Course Outcomes: 

Reference Works and Resources

Students will be able to identify some of the important reference works and resources that are available to answer questions about English grammatical structure and how they might appropriately be applied.

Lexical and Structural Classes

Students will be able to identify the various characteristics, features, and behaviors of the lexical and structural classes, as well as the larger phrase, clause, and sentence types within the English language.

Grammatical Knowledge

Students will be able to demonstrate how grammatical knowledge can be consciously applied in a variety of analytical and applied language tasks.