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GER 450. Applied Linguistics in German

Credits: 3
Department: German
Description: Introductory contrastive analysis of German and English phonological and grammatical features. Understanding and appreciation of the subtleties of written and spoken German.
Prerequisites: ENGL 361 (B.S. majors only), GER 302
Semester Offered: Spring
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Analyze and compare German and English phonological and grammatical features.
2. Interpret and describe advanced grammar skills through contextual analysis.
3. Describe how sound patterns work and analyze phonological data in the study of phonetics and phonology.
4. Identify and describe correct pronunciation patterns and evaluate pronunciation inconsistencies.
5. Transcribe speech samples phonetically.

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