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SPAN6621

Syntax of the Spanish Language

The purpose of this course is to provide a balanced combination of theory and practice concerning the structure of a sentence in Spanish and the basic problems when teaching Spanish grammar. The course focuses in the grammatical relationships between the components of the simple and dependent sentences. Course topics include: the Spanish order of the words, the alternance between the indicative and the subjunctive in the different types of dependent sentences, the different values of SE, the use of the prepositions, etc. Students will analyze texts in order to better understand the most complex questions of Spanish grammar. (l unit)

Required text: Mariluz Gutiérrez Araus, Problemas fundamentales de la gramática del español como 2 / L (Madrid: Arco Libros, 2012, 4ª ed.).
Subject:
Spanish
Department:
Spanish (& Portuguese UG)
Division:
Language School
Requirements Fulfilled:
Linguistics
Equivalent Courses:

Sections

Summer 2014 Language Schools

SPAN6621A-L14 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2013

SPAN6621A-L13 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2012

SPAN6621A-L12 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2011

SPAN6621A-L11 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2009

SPAN6621A-L09 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2007

SPAN6621A-L07 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)

Summer 2005

SPAN6621A-L05 Lecture (Gutierrez Araus)