ENG 320 This course aims at introducing students to the four major components of phonetics and phonology, morphology and syntax and semantics. Students should do enough exercises to ensure good coverage of the material at hand.
ENG. 411 In this course students are expected to handle more complex material, from a wider variety of texts, than those used in English 118 and 212. Translation will be from Arabic into English.
Eng. 429 To speak to the needs of beginners in the study of style, the course assumes a formulaic approach, i.e., it teaches style through grammar. In other words, it teaches grammar as style. The course is meant to be practical. Each...
Eng. 329 This course deals with the different themes and issues related to first and second language acquisition. Students should be familiarized with the major contemporary approaches to the study of first language acquisition.