المواد الدراسية

The aim of this course is to enable you to gain insights into the principles of different translation theories (including "advanced"), and to be able to apply the theoretical principles practically in translation. We will apply these practically in...
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the speech sounds as physical entities (phonetics) and as linguistic units (phonology). In viewing sounds as physical elements, the focus is on articulatory description: How are speech sounds...
This course is aimed to prepare students for advanced academic and professional writing. It is to help students improve their writing skills to the point where they can successfully write across a range of anticipated writing tasks, from short...
The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamentals of doing research, aimed primarily, but not exclusively, in linguistics at the undergraduate level. This course is aimed at those new to research and assumes no prior knowledge...
Text analysis serves as a foundation for analysing various texts at different levels (e.g., text, sentence, and clause). Techniques used to analyse the internal structure of a text are introduced in this course.
This course introduces students to research. Different research topics are discussed. Students also are introduced to different linguistics analyses including R analysis. This course provides (i) practical skills needed to conduct library and...
The purpose of this course is to show you how machine translation (systems that translate speech or text from one human language to another) including Google translate and Bing Translator works. This course is to introduce students to the field of...
This course explores the ways in which language varies according to subject area, social setting, communicative purpose and the social roles and identities of those involved.
This is a general introduction to linguistics, the scientific study of human language. We will focus on the major core subfields of linguistics: morphology, phonetics, phonology, syntax, and semantics. These subfields are areas of active research in...
This course introduces students to formal semantics, a key component of modern linguistics. We assume no prior knowledge of semantics in this course. In the first two weeks, we will spend time introducing semantics (i.e. the study of compositional...