AP/LING 4060 3.00
This course provides an overview of the history, linguistic structure and sociolinguistics of English as spoken in Canada. Topics include: the roots of Canadian English; phonetic and grammatical characteristics; differences from other Englishes; regional variation; and issues in current sociolinguistic variation and change, with specific focus on Toronto.
COURSE CREDIT EXCLUSIONS: AS/LING 4060 3.0, GL/EN/LIN 4610 3.0.
FORMAT: One 3-hour session weekly.
PREREQUISITES: AP/LING 2120 3.0, AP/LING 2130 3.0, AP/LING 2140 3.0, and six credits in linguistics (LING) at the 3000-level, all with grades of C+ or higher, or permission of the Department.