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1 S AN F RANCISCO S TATE U NIVERSITY / Linguistics for Foreign Languages (Chinese) FL 325-01 / M 16:10 – 18:55 @ location to be announced Syllabus F ALL 2009 Objective and Course Description The Chinese breakout session of FL 325 Linguistics for Foreign Languages aims to introduce the intermediate/advanced student of Chinese to language-specific properties and methods of analysis unique to the Chinese language family. The session will cover the phonetics and phonology of Mandarin Chinese with emphasis on syllable structure and tone, topics in the syntax of Modern Standard Chinese, as well as the historical development of the Chinese languages and the relationship between its different branches. Students will be provided with a modern theoretical framework and up-to-date tools for the synchronic and diachronic analysis of the Chinese languages. Where applicable, contrasts between structures in English and Chinese will be highlighted, and key notions will be illustrated with case studies and/or linguistic data. Session evaluation will be in the form of participation/discussion and session examination. Classes will be conducted in Mandarin Chinese. [ Prerequisite: CHIN 311/312 (concurrent OK) or consent of instructor] Instructor Chris Wen-Chao Li, 李文肇 , Associate Professor of Chinese Linguistics, San Francisco State University CONTACT INFORMATION (Email is preferred mode of communication; please do not leave voicemail ) OFFICE HUM 338 OFFICE HOURS MWF 13:10-14:00; W 19:10-20:00 TELEPHONE (415) 338-1034 EMAIL <> WEBSITE
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This note was uploaded on 10/12/2011 for the course FL 325 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at S.F. State.

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