Pretty easy, overall.
A pretty interesting class! Professor was very nice. She always curve the grades and give us better grades. The homework was not hard but did help with building the concepts of what we were learning. My TA was also very helpful. He is a very responsible TA. Participation is mandatory, and to get an A is not a difficult thing.
We learned from the physical and psychological perception of phonics to how the accents vary from one place to another in the US. We also learned how to find out the morphemes in the vocabulary of other languages. Also, we thought about the perceptions of the names of everyday objects, such as what kind of container would we call "glass", "cup", or "bowl".
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Advice for students:
Attend every class, review the powerpoint slides, and do practices, then you can get a decent grade.