- Linguistics/Arabic for Arabic Speakers (LIHL) 116. For students who already comprehend informal spoken Arabic but wish to improve their communicative and sociocultural competence and their analytic understanding. Language functions for oral communication, reading, writing, and culture; dialect and language style differences; structure and history of Arabic. Some speaking ability in Arabic recommended. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or consent of instructor.
- Linguistics/Advanced Arabic for Arabic Speakers (LIHL) 136. Instruction stresses language functions required for advanced oral communication, reading, writing, and cultural understanding in professional contexts. High-level vocabulary and texts; dialect differences and formal language styles (registers). Advanced structural analysis and history of Arabic. Prerequisite: upper-division standing or consent of instructor.
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