Course: Morphosyntax 2

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Course title Morphosyntax 2
Course code KAJ/4032
Organizational form of instruction Lecture + Seminary
Level of course Bachelor
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 4
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements This is not an internship
Recommended optional programme components None
Course availability The course is available to visiting students
Lecturer(s)
  • Haase Christoph, Dr. Ph.D., M.A.
  • Šteklová Kateřina, Mgr. Ph.D.
Course content
The subject involves the issues of sentence and clause analysis, modal aspect, speech parts, nominal phrases and other parts of speech, complement, subject, apposition, adverbial and complicated sentence structures.

Learning activities and teaching methods
unspecified, unspecified
  • unspecified - 56 hours per semester
Learning outcomes
The subject is a follow-up to a Morphosyntax I and the aim is to acquire further knowledge.
The student shows their good orientation in the discipline, understands the overlapping of grammar and has a clear idea of what belongs to syntax / morphology categories and why.
Prerequisites
Having passed the exam in Morphosyntax I.

Assessment methods and criteria
unspecified
A test passed. Seminar thesis.
Recommended literature
  • Adger, D. Core syntax. A minimalist approach. Oxford: OUP, 2003.
  • Anderson, S.R. & D. W. Lightfoot. The language organ.. Cambridge: CUP., 2002.
  • Carnie, A. Syntax. A generative introduction. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 2007.
  • Davies, W. D. & Dubinsky, S. The grammar of raising and control. A course in syntactic argumentation. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 2004.
  • Haegeman, L. Introduction to Government & Binding theory. Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1996.
  • Haiden, M. Theta theory. Berlin; New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2005.
  • Chametzky, R. A. A theory of phrase markers and the extended base. Albany: State University of New York Press., 1996.
  • Chomsky, N. Lectures on Government and Binding. The Pisa lectures. Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 1993.
  • Chomsky, N. New horizons in the study of language and mind. Cambridge: CUP, 2000.
  • Chomsky, N. The Minimalist Program.. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1995.
  • Jackendoff, R. Foundations of language. Oxford: OUP, 2002.
  • Moravcsik, E.A. An introduction to syntax. Fundamentals of syntactic analysis. London: Continuum, 2006.
  • Radford, A. Syntactic theory and the Acquisition of English Syntax. Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1990.
  • Radford, A. Syntactic theory and the structure of English. Cambridge: CUP, 2002.
  • Radford, A. Syntax. A minimalist introduction. Cambridge: CUP, 1997.
  • Radford, A. Transformational grammar. Cambridge: CUP., 1999.


Study plans that include the course
Faculty Study plan (Version) Category of Branch/Specialization Recommended year of study Recommended semester
Faculty: Faculty of Education Study plan (Version): English Language and Literature (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Science Study plan (Version): - (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Education Study plan (Version): English Language and Literature (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Science Study plan (Version): English Language and Literature (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Science Study plan (Version): - (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Education Study plan (Version): English Language and Literature (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter
Faculty: Faculty of Science Study plan (Version): English Language and Literature (A14) Category: Philological sciences 2 Recommended year of study:2, Recommended semester: Winter