Gujarati (GUJR)

GUJR 402 Beginning Gujarati Part I

During the first year of Gujarati, major emphasis is placed on acquiring phonetics, grammatical patterns, and basic vocabulary. These goals are accomplished through guided drills and conversations accompanied by formal instruction on Gujarati grammar. From the outset, students are also taught the Gujarati writing system, which is used for all materials. By the end of the first year of instruction, student should be able to carry on coherent conversations on selected topics, read simple texts and compose short pieces in Gujarati.

For BA Students: Language Course

Course usually offered in fall term

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit

GUJR 403 Beginning Gujarati Part II

During the first year of Gujarati, major emphasis is placed on acquiring phonetics, grammatical patterns, and basic vocabulary. These goals are accomplished through guided drills and conversations accompanied by formal instruction on Gujarati grammar. From the outset, students are also taught the Gujarati writing system, which is used for all materials. By the end of the first year of instruction, student should be able to carry on coherent conversations on selected topics, read simple texts and compose short pieces in Gujarati.

For BA Students: Language Course

Course usually offered in spring term

Prerequisites: Beginning Gujarati Part I or equivalant ascertained through placement test or permission of instructor.

Activity: Seminar

1 Course Unit

GUJR 422 Intermediate Gujarati Part I

This course is designed as a continuation of beginning Gujarati. The course objectives are to expand the mastery of sentence patterns and augment vocabulary and its usage through intensive grammar and comprehension exercises. A special emphasis will be placed on greater cultural awareness. Upon completion of this course students should be able to interact socially with added confidence and greater expressiveness. Students should also experience a great improvement in their comprehension of spoken and written language. During the second year of Gujarati, students are introduced to progressively more difficult reading selections, along with additional instructions in the formal grammar of the language. To maintain and develop oral and aural command of the language, readings are discussed in Gujarati. To develop their writing abilities, students are also expected to compose short essays on their readings.

For BA Students: Language Course

Two terms. student must enter first term.

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit

GUJR 423 Intermediate Gujarati Part II

For BA Students: Last Language Course

Taught by: Suthar, B

Course usually offered in spring term

Prerequisites: Intermediate Gujarati Part I or equivalant ascertained through placement test or permission of instructor.

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit