What is Linguistics?
Linguistics studies the structure and history of languages; the meanings underlying instances of language use; how languages are related; how children learn language; what goes on when people are speaking; what features are shared by all languages; why languages differ; how language is used in literature, the media and by various social groups; what happens to language abilities when the brain is damaged by stroke or injury; whether computers will ever be able to understand language — and many other topics.
Introduction to English Linguistics Study is a course that teaches English linguistics and all the basic levels of linguistics. The topics covered in this course range from phonetics and phonology to syntax and semantics.
Understanding linguistics helps us understand the language even better. The study of linguistics will help you comprehend the systematic ways in which the English language operate. Additionally, you will be able to understand the complex structures of language and communication.
Elaborating on the grammar rules we learned ushers in linguistics. The course is divided into several sections:
By the end of this course, you will learn some vital skills in the field of linguistics such skills are, but not limited to, Understanding English sound patterns
English word formation
And English sentence structure.
This course is for:
English Language students
Learners of the English language