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Type A: Humanities - Oral Algonquian Structure Part I

Algonquian 1212 Oral Algonquian Structure Part I
Introduction to the analysis of Algonquian languages spoken by students in the class. Basic grammatical features include grammatical categories, gender, verb classes, introduction to verb and noun inflection, and tense. Introduction to principles of Roman and syllabic orthographies. Analysis and practice with examples drawn from languages spoken by class members.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Fluency in an Algonquian language
Offering: Offered for 3 weeks in summer term
Notes: *This is a first language course.
Course Classifications: Type A: Humanities