SPN 3520: Dialectos Latinoamericanos

Code

SPN 3520

LENGUAGE

SPANISH

Terms

Summer I, Summer II, Fall, Spring,

Credit

3

REQUIREMENTS

SPN 301

FEES

$ USD 810

Sabemos que el español es rico y variado, las situaciones sociales, económicas y políticas de países de Centroamérica y Sudamérica, marcan la manera como hablamos.

 

Dialectos de América, nos da un viaje cultural y lingüístico para entender a la gente nativa. Se estudia el español mediante rasgos léxicos (formas particulares del vocabulario). Además, puedes aprender el por qué tenemos acentos, jergas y diferentes formas para comunicarnos.

De esta manera se obtendrá un panorama amplio del uso del idioma español, de acuerdo con los diferentes países latinoamericanos. Hay un enfoque práctico para fomentar elementos comunicativos auténticos.

 

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We know that Spanish is a language full of richness and variety , in Central and South America social situations, economic factors and politics shape the way that we talk.

 

Dialects in America, will take us into a cultural and linguistic journey, in order to communicate much better with native speakers. We will be studying Spanish through lexical variables (particular forms of vocabulary). Also, you will be able to learn why we have accent, slang and different ways to communicate. This way we will achieve a broad view of Spanish´s variety in Latin America. The course has also practical sessions to develop authentic ways for you to communicate.

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