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Prerequisites (for future units)
French lexicology and syntax
The programme aims:
to equip all students with a intermediate degree of proficiency (B2), both written and spoken, in French language and to provide them with an in-depth cultural knowledge of the French, through a programme of progressive linguistic
to enable all students to acquire intermediate textual analysis skills.
to enable all students to acquire advanced translation skills.
to provide all students with a solid foundation in interpreting
LEARNING OUTCOMES (FURTHER INFO)
- knowledge of lexicology and syntax of the French language ; - general theoretical skills in these areas ; - the ability to express themselves properly and to manipulate the language
B1. Exam lingua francese I
frontal lessons and aulaweb
- lexical semantics
- Lexical morphology
- history of French dictionaries
- typology of the dictionaries
- structure of the dictionaries
Overview of french syntax
- types of sentence
- simple sentences, compound sentences, and complex sentences:
- Syntax operations
The syllabus for frequent and non-attending students is the same. See bibliography field for suggestions for non-attending students.
A. Lehmann, F. Martin-Berthet, Lexicologie. Sémantique, morphologie, lexicologie, Paris, Armand Colin, 2013
Office hours: The student reception is scheduled on Tuesdays from 2 to 3 pm at the teacher's office, located in the French section, 5th floor, Palazzo Serra (Piazza Santa Sabina 2). Only in presence.
STEFANO VICARI (President)
MICAELA ROSSI (Substitute)
The lessons of lettorato will be the first semester. Modulo teorico at first semester
Exercises on LinguisticTheories and Models. Written test.
Exercises on LinguisticTheories and Models. Written test on aulaweb
Students with a certified DSA, disability or other special educational needs are advised to contact the lecturer
at the beginning of the course to agree on teaching and examination methods that in accordance with the teaching objectives, take into account individual
individual learning methods and provide suitable compensatory tools compensatory tools