English 3303: The Grammatical Structure of English
The Grammatical Structure of English takes a linguistic approach to the study of the structure of present day English with a focus on morphology (the formation of words) and syntax (sentence structure). The course centers on form and function at the level of the word, phrase, and clause, using tree diagramming as the central mode of inquiry and analysis.
Prerequisites: English 1120.
Course Component(s): Lecture
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