|LEVEL||01 - Year 1 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
|DESCRIPTION||An introduction to linguistics based on the historical development of linguistic theory and practice, with special emphasis on the principles of Historical Linguistics. These principles will later be applied to the various aspects of Italian linguistics.
When parts of this study-unit are taken on their own, with the lecturer’s approval, they should be registered as follows: ITL1123 (2 credits), first semester, and ITL1223 (2 credits), second semester.
Brincat, G. (1986) La linguistica prestrutturale, Zanichelli
Sabatini, F. (1978) La lingua e il nostro mondo, Loescher
Crystal D., Bertinetto, (1993) P.M., Enciclopedia Cambridge delle scienze del linguaggio, Zanichelli
Magni Elisabetta, Linguistica storica, Pàtron Editore Bologna, 2014.
|RULES/CONDITIONS||In TAKING THIS STUDY-UNIT YOU CANNOT TAKE ITL1123 OR TAKE ITL1223|
|ADDITIONAL NOTES||Pre-requisite Qualifications: At least an intermediate level in Italian or permission from lecturer holding the study-unit.|
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
|LECTURER/S||Joseph M. Brincat
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