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ENG509 : Morphology and Syntax

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Course Info

Course Category

English

Course Level

Graduate

Credit Hours

3

Pre-requisites

N/A

Instructor

Prof. Shakeel Amjad
M.Phil
Beaconhouse National University

Course Contents

1. What is Morphology? 2. Words and Lexemes 3. Morphology and Phonology 4. Derivation and the Lexicon  5. Words & its Forms: Inflections 6. Words & Its Relatives: Derivation: I 7. Words & Its Relatives: Derivation: II 8. Morphological Structures 9. Derivation and Semantics 10. Inflection 11. Lexical Source of English Word Formation 12. Morphological Productivity and the Mental Lexicon 13. Morphology and Syntax 14. Morphology and Psycholinguistics 15. Morphology and Language Change 16. Traditional Grammar: Categories & Functions 17. What is Syntax? 18. Universal Grammar 19. Sentence Presenting 20. Constituency Tests 21. Constituents I: Words Order 22. Constituents II: Phrases 23. Further Phrases 24. Grammatical Functions of the Verb & Its Complements 25.Grammatical Function II 26. Null Constituents I 27. Null Constituents II 28. Null Constituents III 29. Head Movement I 30. Head Movement II 31. Head Movement III 32. Wh-movement I 33. Wh-movement II 34. Wh-movement III 35. Wh-movement & A-movement 36. A-movement I 37. A-movement II 38. Agreement, case and A-movement I 39. Agreement, case and A-movement II 40. Split projections I 41. Split Projections II 42. Phases I 43. Phases II 44. Key Research Themes in Morphology 45. Research Issues of the Field of Syntax