Malayalam (MLYM)

MLYM 408 Beginning Malayalam Part I

This course is designed to develop skills in reading, writing, and speaking. It will focus on the alphabet, basic vocabulary, nouns (cases, gender and number), verbs and their basic tenses, numerals, rules of joining words, adjectives, adverbs, and sentence structure. Guided conversation will be a part of every class. Students will receive considerable training in speaking and writing their own sentences and paragraphs.

For BA Students: Language Course

Taught by: Kurichi

Course usually offered in fall term

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit

MLYM 409 Beginning Malayalam Part II

This course is designed to develop skills in reading, writing, and speaking. It will focus on the alphabet, basic vocabulary, nouns (cases, gender and number), verbs and their basic tenses, numerals, rules of joining words, adjectives, adverbs, and sentence structure. Guided conversation will be a part of every class. Students will receive considerable training in speaking and writing their own sentences and paragraphs.

For BA Students: Language Course

Taught by: Kurichi

Course usually offered in spring term

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

Activity: Seminar

1 Course Unit

MLYM 428 Intermediate Malayalam Part I

This course is designed to further the language skills learned in Beginning Malayalam. Direct and indirect speech, passive voice, postpositions, and rules of joining words, will be included. Reading and discussion of texts from current Malayalam literature (essays, narration, short stories, and poems) will be a major portion of the course.

For BA Students: Language Course

Taught by: Kurichi

Two terms. student must enter first term.

Activity: Lecture

1 Course Unit

MLYM 429 Intermediate Malayalam Part II

This course is designed to further the language skills learned in Beginning Malayalam. Direct and indirect speech, passive voice, postpositions, and rules of joining words, will be included. Reading and discussion of texts from current Malayalam literature (essays, narration, short stories, and poems) will be a major portion of the course.

For BA Students: Last Language Course

Taught by: Kurichi

Course usually offered in spring term

Prerequisites: Intermediate Malayalam Part I or equivalant ascertained through placement exam or permission of instructor.

Activity: Seminar

1 Course Unit