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Syntax and Morphology - Dr. Tran Ngoc Tien

The Morphology-Syntax course is an introductory course. It focuses on practical aspects of application rather than exploring theories. The course consists of two parts: Morphology & Syntax. With reference to Morphology, students will study the internal structure of the words and the relationships among words. In terms of syntax, students will study the internal structure of sentences and the relationships among the internal parts. The course is based on the Chomskian tradition.

ENGLISH SEMANTICS - Tran Van Duong

This course introduces some basic notions related to meaning (i.e. what meaning is) and its properties or features (i.e. compositionality). The primary focus will be on word meaning and some aspects of sentential meaning. Interpersonal meaning (pragmatics) will be introduced briefly so that students can get an overview of the scope of meaning. Some questions students will be presented are: What is the difference between speaker meaning and sentence meaning? What is the difference between sense and reference? What are the components of word meaning? What is the difference between sentences and utterances?  What kinds of basic elements do we need to make reference to in characterizing the meanings of words or other linguistic units?

English Semantics-Assoc/Prof To Minh Thanh

This course introduces some basic notions related to meaning (i.e. what meaning is) and its properties or features (i.e. compositionality). The primary focus will be on word meaning and some aspects of sentential meaning. Interpersonal meaning (pragmatics) will be introduced briefly so that students can get an overview of the scope of meaning. Some questions students will be presented are: What is the difference between speaker meaning and sentence meaning? What is the difference between sense and reference? What are the components of word meaning? What is the difference between sentences and utterances?  What kinds of basic elements do we need to make reference to in characterizing the meanings of words or other linguistic units?

ENGLISH SEMANTICS - Dr. Nguyen Pham Duy ANH

This course introduces some basic notions related to meaning (i.e. what meaning is) and its properties or features (i.e. compositionality). The primary focus will be on word meaning and some aspects of sentential meaning. Interpersonal meaning (pragmatics) will be introduced briefly so that students can get an overview of the scope of meaning. Some questions students will be presented are: What is the difference between speaker meaning and sentence meaning? What is the difference between sense and reference? What are the components of word meaning? What is the difference between sentences and utterances?  What kinds of basic elements do we need to make reference to in characterizing the meanings of words or other linguistic units?

English Morphology & Syntax - Ngo Thi Thanh Thanh

The Morphology-Syntax course is an introductory course. It focuses on practical aspects of

application rather than exploring theories. The course consists of two parts: Morphology & Syntax.

With reference to Morphology, students will study the internal structure of the words and the

relationships among words. In terms of syntax, students will study the internal structure of sentences

and the relationships among the internal parts. The course is based on the Chomskian tradition.