Summer 2023 - INLG 300 A330
Advanced Grammar of an Indigenous Language (3)
Class Number: 5087
Delivery Method: In Person
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Prerequisites:Completion of Certificate in Indigenous Language Proficiency offered in the same language as INLG (or FNLG) 300, including INLG (or FNLG) 200 or LING 220; or with permission of instructor.
Students will gain increasing familiarity with, and practical competence in the use of complex and advanced grammatical patterns of an Indigenous language in order to facilitate accurate communication in that language, in both oral and written form. Students who have taken INLG (or FNLG) 335 or LING 335 or INLG (or FNLG) 435 or LING 435 with the same topic as INLG 300 may not take this course for further credit. Students with credit for FNLG 300 may not take this course for further credit.
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