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Grammar and Structure of Spanish 

Instructors: TBD / varies by section

Span 300 is an advanced grammar course that has a linguistic analysis approach. It focuses on rules that explain syntax and its components. The course starts with basic grammar review from previous courses and moves into more advanced concepts and language structures (verb morphology, syntactic and lexical categories, tense, aspect, mood, etc.)

Assignments include grammar exercises, two-chapter exams, a midterm, and a final exam.

Note: This course is the first course of the Hispanic Linguistics major and the Hispanic Studies minor. Students majoring in Hispanic Literatures and Cultures or Hispanic Linguistics that wish to declare a Translation and Interpreting minor (and have not declared a different minor in the department) must take Span 300.

Prerequisite: SPAN 261 or SPAN 267

Spanish Undergraduate Advising Team

Elizabeth Tolman
Spanish Advisor (Hispanic Studies Major)
Loida Slate
Spanish Advisor (Translation & Interpreting Minor)
Elizabeth Bruno
Spanish Advisor (Spanish for the Professions Minor)
Martha Ruiz-Garcia
Spanish Advisor (Hispanic Linguistics Major)
Sheena Melton
Undergraduate Student Services Specialist
Gosia Lee
Undergraduate Advisor of Spanish & Italian
Spanish & Italian