Arab 330: Arabic Language and Linguistics
This course aims at introducing students to the basic linguistic concepts necessary for understanding how sounds, words, sentences, and texts are structured in Arabic. Besides helping students use these concepts to contrast the structure of Arabic with the structure of other languages, it describes the history of the Arabic language and its unique diglossic language situation.
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