Department of Translation and Interpretation
|Course Code||MTB 106|
|Course Title||Meaning and Function|
|Instructor||Prof. Dr. S. Yeşim Aksan|
|OBJECTIVE(S) OF THE COURSE|
|The aim of this course is to enable the students to describe the relation between morphological and syntactic forms of English and Turkish and their corresponding meanings and functions.|
|02.03.2021||Aims of the course; clause grammar: subordination, coordination, ellipsis||Biber, Conrad, Leech,cg1|
|09.03.2021||Clause grammar: Subject-verb concord; negation||BCL;concord/ BCL; negation|
|16.03.2021||Clause grammar: Independent; dependent clauses||BCL; independent/ BCL; dependent|
|23.03.2021||Clause grammar: Exercises||BCL, cg-exercises|
|30.03.2021||Complex noun phrase: Types of noun modification; premodification||BCL, complex NP-unit 9|
|06.04.2021||Complex NP: RC, other post modifiers|
|13.04.2021||Complex NP: Noun complement clauses||Complex NP-exercises|
Verb and adjective complement clause: Types and position of CC/ That-clause
|Unit 10: BCL-verb-adj-cl|
|29.04.2021||Verb and adjective complement clause||Verb-adjective-exercises|
|04.05.2021||Verb and adjective complement clause||Conrad&Biber Unit VIII;|
|11.05.2021||Word order choices||Unit 12: BCL-word-order-choices|
|18.05.2021||Word order choices|
|25.05.2021||Word order choices||Word order-Exercises|
|08.06.2021||Review of Exercises||NEW: Verb-adj exercises-highlighted|
MTB 106 Resit Exam Click here to download your resit exam
MTB 106 Final Exam Click here to download the final paper
|MTB 106 Midterm Exam||Click here to download your midterm paper.|
Meeting ID: 590 283 8804
|Textbook(s)||Biber, D., S. Conrad, G.Leech 2002. Longman Student Grammar of Spoken and Written English. London: Longman.
Conrad, S., D. Biber 2009. Real Grammar. London: Longman.
Göksel, A. , C. Kerslake 2011. Turkish: An essential grammar. London: Longman.
|Supplementary Reading(s)||Crystal, D. 2002. The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Language. Second Edition. Cambridge: CUP.|
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