AL4410 - Principles of Grammatical Analysis
(a) (2 undergraduate credits)                                                                               
By the end of Principles of Grammatical Analysis (a), students will be able to write a brief description of a grammatical topic; identify constituent structure, syntactic categories and grammatical relations within a sentence; analyze data in terms of a set of phrase structure rules and a lexicon; distinguish between indicative, imperative and interrogative sentences; distinguish between types of objects and obliques; and analyze the structure of noun phrases and verb phrases.

(b) (2 undergraduate credits) By the end of Principles of Grammatical Analysis (b), students will be able to write a brief description of a grammatical topic; divide words into constituent morphemes; distinguish between inflectional and derivational morphemes; analyze case and agreement systems; and identify passive and recursive structures.

Prerequisite: AL4410a Principles of Grammatical Analysis (a)