LIN204.Syllabus - LIN 204: English Grammar Lecture Time:...

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1 LIN 204: English Grammar Winter 2011 Lecture Time: Tuesdays, 6-8 pm Location: BA 1160 Instructor: Anne St-Amand Office: Sidney Smith Hall 4089 Office Hours: Thursdays, 3-5 pm or by appointment Email: [email protected] Required Textbook: Introducing English Grammar , Second edition, 2010, by Kersti Börjars and Kate Burridge. Course Website: Handouts and assignments can be downloaded from the course website, which is accessible through Course Description: This course examines how the English language works, from a descriptive perspective. We will explore the grammatical structures of English, and how they vary across dialects. This course is not intended to help students improve their skills in spoken or written English. Course Schedule Topic Reading Assigned Due January 11 Introduction to the study of English grammar Chapter 1 January 18 Introduction to syntax Chapter 2 Assignment 1 January 25 Introduction to morphology Chapter 3 Assignment 2 Assignment 1 February 1 Functions within the clause Chapter 4 February 8 Sentence types Chapter 5 Assignment 2 February 15 The verb phrase, part 1 6.1-6.5 February 22 Reading week March 1 MIDTERM: location(s) TBA March 8 The verb phrase, part 2 6.6-6.7 Assignment 3 March 15 The noun phrase Chapter 7 Assignment 4 Assignment 3 March 22 Clauses within clauses
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course LIN 204 taught by Professor Anna during the Spring '11 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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LIN204.Syllabus - LIN 204: English Grammar Lecture Time:...

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