Faculty of Arts


CHINESE 738

Chinese Semantics and Grammar


Description

Chinese is often described as a language where meaning (semantics) is more important than structure (grammar). This course will examine such claims by comparing structure-based and meaning-based descriptions of Chinese. A guided research project will focus on the interaction between vocabulary and grammar in actual usage and will explore the possibility of integrating these two approaches.

Availability 2012

Availability to be advised

Lecturer(s)

TBA

Points

CHINESE 738: 15.0 points

Restrictions

CHINESE 726


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