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Course Overview

A comprehensive introduction to the linguistic structures of English and American Sign Language. Topics include phonetics and phonemics; phonological processes; the identification, structure, and distribution of morphemes; principles of syntactic argumentation; detailed examination of the major syntactic structures of English and ASL; and the place of phonology, morphology, and syntax in terms of the larger context of grammar.

Credits: 4
Distribution: Graduate

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate