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LINGUIST 132: Lexical Semantic Typology

This course surveys how languages express members of the basic conceptual categories entity, event, property, and spatial relation. It examines strategies languages use to name members of these categories, and factors that might influence the choices languages make. Relatedly, it explores similarities and differences among languages in the sets of words they have to express notions within various conceptual domains. Restricted to undergraduates. Prerequisites: Linguist 121A, 121B, 130A, or 130B, or permission of the instructor
Terms: Aut | Units: 3-4
Instructors: Levin, B. (PI)
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