Fall 2019 - FNLG 233 A380

Description and Analysis of a First Nations Language I (3)

'Lingit (Tlingit)

Class Number: 11015

Delivery Method: In Person


  • Course Times + Location:

    Location: TBA

  • Prerequisites:

    FNLG 134.



An intermediate course in the structure of a First Nations language, including writing systems, texts, general linguistic properties, and language family. Based on a designated language and usually chosen from the Northwest Coast area. Students who have completed LING 331 or FNLG 331 for a designated language may not complete this course for further credit for the same designated language.

Registrar Notes:

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