This course explores the structure and function of words, phrase, clauses, and sentences in the language and how they can be interrelated and interconnected in discourse.
For our textbook, we will use Randolph Quirk, et al.’s, A Comprehensive Grammar of the English Language, one of the most prestigious grammars of the language to be written in our time.
Requirements for the course will be daily assignments, weekly quizzes, and a final exam.
The course should be of interest to those in a wide range of fields—English literature, creative writing, linguistics, English education, journalism, and others.
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