This course introduces the basics of (formal) semantics and first and second language (L1/L2) acquisition as well as the interface between them.
This course allows the student to acquire the basic concepts and a basic understanding of the theoretical challenges in L1/L2 acquisition. It provides the optimal basis for (under)graduate courses in acquisition.
This course is offered by the Institute for Language Sciences, the home of linguistic and communications research at Utrecht University.
This course is part of the preparations for entrance into the RMA Linguistics at Utrecht University.
Aim of the course
To allow students to acquaint themselves with foundational issues in language acquisition studies and semantics.
Daily 2 1/2 hour session; maximum of one hour homework per day
There is a discount of € 50 if this course is combined with at least one more Linguistics course whose title includes mention of ILS and for which the full amount is paid.
There are no scholarships available for this course.
A motivation letter is required from non-EU residents. You can send it via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Kirsten Schutter | E: email@example.com | T: +31 (0)30 253 6060