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GESS Science in Perspective Information
Only the topics listed in this paragraph can be chosen as "GESS Science in Perspective" course.
Further below you will find the "type B courses Reflections about subject specific methods and content" as well as the language courses.

6 ECTS need to be acquired during the BA and 2 ECTS during the MA

Students who already took a course within their main study program are NOT allowed to take the course again.

These course units are also listed under "Type A", which basically means all students can enroll
Language Courses ETH/UZH
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
851-0820-01LFrench: Language and Cinema (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits1UJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractThis course is designed for those students who fulfill the requirements of level B2. The aim is to analyse, and comment on, recent French movies.
ObjectiveThe course provides the most fitting environment to improve a refined//sharp linguistic comprehension and to sensibilize its participants to various culture specific issues of the French speaking world.
ContentLe cours propose un choix de films récents qui reflètent une thématique récurrente, une préoccupation actuelle ou un enjeu particulièrement débattu au sein du cinéma français.
Chaque participant-e effectue un exposé oral consacré à la présentation détaillée d'un des films. Il ou elle prépare, en outre, les différentes séances de cours en visionnant préalablement, et de manière autonome, un ou deux films. Ces activités sont complétées en classe par des considérations lexicales.
851-0827-01LFrench: Society and Actuality (B2.2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractThis course is for all students who would like to develop their knowledge at C1 level, with emphasis on cultural aspects. Through analysing demanding texts, participants will be able to improve both their reading comprehension and writing.
ObjectiveThis course aims at developing reading comprehension skills and, more specifically, it also aims at exploring different rhetorical, cultural and inherent aspects of texts. This course helps to improve the participants’ linguistic competences needed to extend one’s specific and appropriate vocabulary related to different contexts. Participants will learn to differentiate between different genres, speech acts and registers.
ContentAbordant, avec le souci de les thématiser, les « questions d'actualité » qui secouent la « société française » ou la francophonie, chaque leçon permet de mettre en commun analyses, commentaires et questions des participant-e-s qui, préalablement à chaque séance, ont pris connaissance à domicile des textes retenus. Chaque participant-e effectue, en outre, par écrit un travail académique de synthèse et de réflexion personnelle, pour lequel les moyens linguistiques indispensables (rhétorique, enchaînement et hiérarchisation) font l'objet, durant le cours, d'une approche descriptive à l'aide de quelques exemples particulièrement clairs et intéressants.
851-0816-05LFrench: Grammar (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W1 credit1UJ.‑P. Coen
AbstractWith a textual approach this course focuses on some complex topics such as
the past tense, indirect speech and the subjunctive. The course does not aim
at a systematic revision of grammar.
ObjectiveThis course focuses on some complex topics such as
the past tense, indirect speech and the subjunctive. The course does not aim
at a systematic revision of grammar.
ContentLe cours a pour objectif principal d'améliorer la maîtrise du français écrit par l'appropriation de règles grammaticales et de règles d'usage qui, sur le plan textuel, assurent au moins en partie la correction des énoncés, et ceci pour quelques chapitres difficiles du français. Il propose une approche descriptive de moyens linguistiques qui permettent d'améliorer la rédaction de textes académiques (compte rendu, synthèse) ou d'écrits administratifs en général (lettre de motivation), ainsi que des exercices ciblés.

Les points étudiés sont notamment les temps du passé, l'ordre des mots dans la phrase, la cohésion textuelle, ainsi que le discours rapporté. Ils sont abordés à l'aide de matériel authentique et sans recours systématique à des exercices de drill.
Le cours présente des activités de repérage des difficultés, de mise en commun des résultats, ainsi que des exercices d'écriture.
851-0816-15LFrench: Debates and Presentations (B2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W1 credit1UA.‑F. Ritter
AbstractThis course is intended for students who have reached level B2. Participants will train their skills so that they may perform simple contributions during general debates.
ObjectiveThe main emphasis is on spoken skills, with the aim of enabling students to develop their own voice in expressing their views and developing arguments efficiently. The course also nurtures the ability to understand a general meaning in documents concerning aspects of society at large.
851-0823-99LEnglish Language and Literature Part II (C1-C2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W3 credits2UM. Norgate
AbstractThis course is open to non-native speakers of English at Bachelor and Master level who have already reached at least a C1 level on the CEFR scale. It consists of literature and language components and is designed to sharpen students' appreciation and understanding of a range of types of literary texts.
ObjectivePart II is a continuation of the English Language and Literature Part I course taught in HS 2016 but can be attended independently of Part I. The course is designed to challenge the way English literature is viewed; help students to become more discerning readers; help them gain a deeper enjoyment of the literature they read in English as a result of a better understanding of how literary texts work; and equip them with language skills they can transfer to other areas of their academic and private lives.
ContentA selection of short literary texts are discussed in class in order to illustrate the main features of narrative fiction and to enhance students' speaking and argumentation skills; a novel and film adaptations of the novel are also dealt with. Discussions of the literary texts are linked to short creative writing tasks, which are designed to enhance students' pleasure of writing, to improve the accuracy of their writing, and to exemplify some of the challenges authors face when writing narrative fiction. Students also give a short presentation on the context in which the literary texts were written as a means of practicing their formal speaking and presentation skills.
Lecture notesno script
LiteratureMaterials: The literary texts are available online; additional handouts are supplied in class.
Prerequisites / NoticeOther requirements: All participants are expected to:
* Attend regularly throughout the semester
* Participate actively in discussions, group work, and pair work
* Do at least 3 hours' work per week outside the classroom, including reading and writing
* Complete written assignments, give a short presentation, and pass the final test

Additional requirements for Bachelor and Master students and those who wish to receive ETH/D-GESS credit points or certificates will be given in the first lesson of the semester.

Important note:
The course is only open to students who register online via the Sprachenzentrum website during the registration period (review the SZ website) and who receive online confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0832-10LAdvanced English for Academic Purposes (C1-C2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UK. A. Lewis
AbstractThis course is designed for Bachelor and Master students from all disciplines, who wish to improve their English from C1 towards C2 level and train their language skills at Mastery level. Selected Academic English features are included to add value to the course to meet standard entrance requirements by leading universities and colleges worldwide.
ObjectiveParticipants should already have reached a level of C1 (advanced), as defined in the Council of Europe Global Scale. The course is also open to participants whose level is above C1.
The course aims to train and develop linguistic skills at Mastery level, with a focus on formal and informal lexis, on listening and oral communication skills, increasing fluency, accuracy and complexity of spoken language; writing well-structured descriptive texts and argumentative essays, with the aim to fulfill the language requirements for study at an English speaking university or follow University Master Courses held in English.
ContentThe course covers: a review of vocabulary building and extension, including the Academic Word List and formulaic language; input on academic reading, writing and listening comprehension; improvement of grammatical accuracy with web-based practice. Special emphasis is placed on individual speaking, argumentative discourse and group discussions, to enhance fluency and confidence. Topics cover globalisation, communication, social issues, health, work and/or the environment.
Lecture notesNo script.
LiteratureCourse materials will be provided electronically, prior to the lessons. For additional handouts and materials participants will be expected to make a contribution of about CHF 5.00 at the beginning of the course.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipants will be expected to:
attend regularly throughout the semester;
take part actively in class discussions, group work and pair work;
do at least 2 hours' work per week outside class, including reading and writing;
use the electronic tools provided, such as a WIKI and a virtual library on ILIAS, and engage in web-based activities to practise various linguistic skills;

A language certificate from the Language Center is issued on successful completion of the course; Bachelor and Master students of the ETH will receive D-Gess credits and a mark, awarded electronically at the end of the semester. Details will follow at the beginning of the semester.

The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum website (in February 2015, please review the SZ webpage) and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0832-11LAdvanced English for Academic Purposes (C1-C2)
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UR. Taylor
AbstractThis course is designed for Bachelor and Master students from all disciplines, who wish to improve their English from C1 towards C2 level and train their language skills at Mastery level. Selected Academic English features are included to add value to the course to meet standard entrance requirements by leading universities and colleges worldwide.
ObjectiveParticipants should already have reached a level of C1 (advanced), as defined in the Council of Europe Global Scale. The course is also open to participants whose level is above C1.
The course aims to train and develop linguistic skills at Mastery level, with a focus on formal and informal lexis, on listening and oral communication skills, increasing fluency, accuracy and complexity of spoken language; writing well-structured descriptive texts and argumentative essays, with the aim to fulfill the language requirements for study at an English speaking university or follow University Masters Courses held in English.
ContentThe course covers: a review of vocabulary building and extension, including the Academic Word List and formulaic language; input on academic reading, writing and listening comprehension; and improvement of grammatical accuracy. Special emphasis is placed on individual speaking, argumentative discourse and group discussions, to enhance fluency and confidence. Where possible, students will be asked to reflect on how the course content relates to their own academic disciplines.
Lecture notesNo script. Handouts will be delivered weekly and published on Moodle.
LiteratureParticipants will be expected to make a contribution of CHF 5.00 at the beginning of the course to cover the costs of photocopying.
Prerequisites / NoticeParticipants will be expected to:
Attend regularly throughout the semester;
Take part actively in class discussions, group work and pair work;
do at least 2 hours' work per week outside class, including reading and writing;
Use the electronic tools provided.
Complete a portfolio report of four key tasks, aiming to practice the skills focussed on during the semester.

A language certificate from the Language Center is issued on successful completion of the course; Bachelor and Master students of the ETH will receive D-Gess credits and a mark, awarded electronically at the end of the semester. Details will follow at the beginning of the semester.

The course is only open to students who register on-line via the Sprachenzentrum website (in February 2015, please review the SZ webpage) and who receive on-line confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0886-00LNew Zealand Through Literature and Film (C1-C2) Restricted registration - show details
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W3 credits2UM. Norgate
AbstractThe course is designed for non-native English speakers at Bachelor and Master level from all disciplines who wish to gain an insight into New Zealand culture, history, and society through its rich tradition in film and literature, while improving their English language skills further towards C2.
ObjectiveThe aim is to explore the following questions through texts and film as a means of introducing students to New Zealand and, in a broader sense, to raise their awareness of some of the key issues relating to former colonies from early settlement to the present day. Key questions include: What did New Zealand mean to its early settlers? Where did they come from? How did they live? What is the Treaty of Waitangi, and what is its status today? How did New Zealanders see themselves then, and how do they see themselves now?

Students will learn the discourse used, and issues under consideration, in the analysis and discussion of poetry, prose, and film. They will become aware of various ways of "reading" texts and film, and will improve their skills in planning and writing cohesive essays in which they marshal their views in a convincing and formal manner. Overall, the aims are that students become more discerning readers, improve their skills in expressing their views in written and spoken form clearly and concisely, and gain an understanding of the importance of literature and film to the development of a uniquely New Zealand identity.
ContentThe course gives a chronological view - through literature and film - of New Zealand's history from pre-European settlement to the present day. Materials discussed include selected poems, a novel, short stories, articles, and films. A key focus is the way New Zealanders' notion of their own identity has shifted over the years, as expressed by the country's film-makers and writers working in English, and to a limited degree, in Maori (English translations are provided).
Lecture notesHandouts and DVDs
LiteratureMaterials are available online and at the Language Center's Self-Access Center (more information is given in the first lesson)
Prerequisites / NoticeOther requirements: All participants are expected to:
* Attend regularly throughout the semester
* Participate actively in discussions, group work, and pair work
* Do at least 3 hours' work per week outside the classroom, including reading and writing
* Complete written assignments and give a short presentation

Additional requirements for Bachelor and Master students and those who wish to receive ETH/D-GESS credit points or certificates will be given in the first lesson of the semester.

Important note:
The course is only open to students who register online via the Sprachenzentrum website during the registration period (review the SZ website) and who receive online confirmation that they have been accepted on this course.
851-0826-03LItalian: Language Structure (B2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UP. Brülisauer-Casella
AbstractThe course is intended for students with Italian language skills at level B2 or higher.
The objective of the course is to improve students' oral and written expression.
ObjectiveThe course gives students the opportunity to broaden and intensify their knowledge of the more complex morpho-syntactic and lexical structures of the Italian language. The objective of the course is to improve students’ proficiency in expressing complex contents.
ContentThe morpho-syntactic and lexical structures in question will be introduced and practised in context through a variety of wrtitten and oral activities. This semester will focus particularly on verb morphology and combining tenses.
Lecture notesCourse materials will be distributed in class. We will use authentic audio-visual content as well as texts from journalism and literature. A fee of 8.00 CHF for photocopying will be levied. <br>
- Online resources: www.olat.unizh.ch, link:https://www.olat.uzh.ch/olat/url/RepositoryEntry/5352521729/CourseNode/77022163309094. Further informations will be given by the teacher.
851-0856-04LSpanish: Grammar and Communication (B2.2-C1) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2GM. V. Ruiz Lozano Hänni
AbstractThis course can be defined as a „bridge course“ that allows the student to reach the required level for the „Entrenamiento del debate C1“ course.
ObjectiveThe focus of this course is the communication practice (speaking and writing) of the grammar contents of levels B2-C1 as described in the Common Frame of Language Reference.
ContentThe most important grammar topics of this course, which will also enable oral practice, are the following: past tense forms, subordinate clauses (as described in levels B2-C1 of the Common Frame of Language Reference), links, reported speech, verb constructions and verbs that express change. We will also practice some of the topics that tend to cause problems also to higher level learners: ser/estar, por/para, indicativo/subjuntivo, etc.
Adequate audio-visual and written texts dealing with topical issues will be the basis for the oral practice of the described grammar themes.
In order to find out if you have the required level for his course, contact your teacher in advance: victoria.ruiz@access.uzh.ch
LiteratureThe written and audio-visual didactic materials will be provided by the teacher by means of OLAT.
Prerequisites / NoticeRequirements:
- regular class attendance
- active participation in class
- preparation tasks (homework, material search, etc.)
851-0834-17LSpanish: Oral Interaction (B2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UM. Iturrizaga Slosiar
AbstractIntended for participants having completed level B2 who are relatively fluent but who still have difficulties with coping with specific oral tasks. From the grammatical perspective, students must know and use correctly all tenses of indicative and subjunctive. They can evolve in relatively complex conversation topics, understand written press and audiovisual environment.
ObjectiveThe course aims to expose the student to the oral language in order to help him/her to better achieve a wide range of oral tasks from a linguistic and social perspective.
ContentWe practice several kinds of oral interactions, such as casual and formal conversation, interviews to Spanish-speaking people, debate, negotiation, etc. We discuss about current issues. On the other hand, it is intended for participants to develop a glossary correspondent to his/her area of study and to do a short presentation.
LiteratureMaterial will be distributed by the teacher.
Prerequisites / NoticeThe certificate and the corresponding ETCS credits are granted to students having successfully completed to the following criteria:

- Active participation in lessons
- A minimum of 3 self-study hours per week
- An interview to a Spanish native speaker
- A presentation

Enrollment in this course is done through the Language Center: www.spracheznzentrum.uzh.ch.
851-0856-06LRealities of Hispanic World (B2-C1)
Your course regristration is only valid with a simultaneous online registration at the language center (www.sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch).
W2 credits2UJ. Ruano Céspedes
AbstractThis course is contemplated as an approach to the societies that form the Hispanic world, from a double point of view: in one hand, in the perspective of the different nations that compose this international community and, in the other, with different aspects that define it, such as politics, news, traditions, culture, etc.
ObjectiveAs we noted in the description, this course aims to show the student a first sight of the contemporary reality of the Spanish-speaking community in the world, basically through journalistic-relevant texts. To this purpose, we aim to work in two axes: First, due the magnitude of the Hispanic world, we will focus in a nation or a region each week, achieving a deeper perspective as in a general view. Secondly, the different points of view that we can use to this approach are multiple, stimulating so the own interest of the different students. Through our methodology we seek that the next skills will be practiced: reading, writing and oral interaction. To this aim, we will offer reading and writing activities (both in class and in the online platform) as well as oral debates in class.
851-0849-00LBasic Course A1 (Brazilian-Portuguese)
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W2 credits2UP. de Avila Goulart Ribeiro W.
AbstractThis course is designed for participants with no previous knowledge of Portuguese.
In the course, participants learn simple basic vocabulary, common daily idiomatic expressions, and fundamental grammar. The focus is on the phonetic features of Portuguese language. Intercultural and cultural issues relating to Brazil are also taken into consideration.
ObjectiveParticipants can understand and form simple questions, messages, and requests.
851-0849-01LBasic Course A2 (Brazililan-Portuguese)
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W2 credits2UP. de Avila Goulart Ribeiro W.
AbstractThis course is designed for participants with a basic knowledge of Portuguese (level A1).
The course deals with everyday topics. Participants practice simple forms of communication as these occur in daily life. Lexical and linguistic structures are taught within these contexts. Intercultural and socio-cultural issues relating to Brazil are also taken into consideration.
ObjectiveParticipants can talk and write about themselves and everyday topics using simple sentences. They can take part in simple daily conversations, understand and write simple messages, describe an event in a time sequence, and express wishes, assumptions, and recommendations.
851-0849-02LIntermediate Course B1 (Brazilian-Portuguese)
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W2 credits2UP. de Avila Goulart Ribeiro W.
AbstractThis course is designed for participants with an A2 level in Portuguese.
The course deals with everyday topics. Participants practice forms of communication as these occur in daily life. Lexical and linguistic structures are taught within these contexts. Intercultural and socio-cultural issues relating to Brazil are also taken into consideration.
ObjectiveParticipants can deal with everyday situations; they can talk about their experiences, opinions, wishes, and plans in simple coherent sentences.
851-0852-00LRussian II (A1.2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UD. Henseler
AbstractThis cours focuses on the basics of Russian grammar (Level A 1.2), as well as on developing the basic vocabulary, on reading competence, oral conversation, and intercultural competence.
Registration for the course at sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch is obligatory!
ObjectiveThe courses Russian I and II aim at aquiring the most important aspects of the basic grammar und developing a representative basic vocabulary. The main focus is on developing the following skills: speaking, listening comprehension and reading, on a A1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, as well as a cultural competence.
Contentto talk about languages and language learning; to tell what one is (not) doing; to talk about leisure; to tell if one likes (does not like) something; to utter one's opinion about activities; to name time and days of the week; to name activities in the past; to talk about former and current professions, activities and jobs; to name the modality of an activity; to make phone calls; to read an interview in a newspaper; to name the order and duration of an action.
Working forms: Single, pair, and group work, and plenum. The course is supported by e-learning.
Lecture notesWe continue working with the textbook Otlitschno A1 (starting from unit 4). Students are asked to acquire the "Kursbuch" (ISBN: 978-3-19-004477-1), the "Audio-CD mit den Hörtexten zum Kursbuch" (ISBN: 978-3-19-024477-5), and the "Arbeitsbuch mit integrierter Audio-CD" (ISBN 978-3-19-014477-8).
851-0854-01LRussian IV (A2.2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UD. Henseler
AbstractThe course Russian IV requires a knowledge which should come up to the level of the four preceding courses (three terms, with two lessons per week). In case of doubt please contact the teacher prior to the beginning of the term.
Registration for the course at sprachenzentrum.uzh.ch is obligatory!
ObjectiveThe course aims at building up a good communicative competence. The focus is on spoken interaction, reading and listening, on a A2.2 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, as well as on building up a cultural competence.
Contentto talk about the performance of hotels; to make a conversation at the reception desk; to utter satisfaction; to make complaints; to give recommendations; to talk about distance; to talk about living; to indicdate the place of something; to utter desire and ideas; to describe the outward appearance of persons; to talk about clothes; to pay compliments; to make comparisons; to talk about character and qualities of persons; to talk about relationship and friendship
Lecture notesTextbook "Otlitschno! A2" (starting from lesson 3). We need the "Kursbuch" (ISBN: 978-3190044788), the "Audio-CD mit den Hörtexten zum Kursbuch" (ISBN: 978-3190244782) and the "Arbeitsbuch mit integrierter Audio-CD" (ISBN 978-3190144785).
851-0862-00LArabic II (A1.2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W3 credits4UE. Youssef-Grob
AbstractThis course forms the second part (level A 1.2) of a five semesters' Arabic curriculum. It is open for students, PhD-students, and employees belonging to the university of Zurich or the ETH who have already some knowledge in the Arabic language and are able to read and write its script.
ObjectiveThe aim of this course is an extension of an elementary competence in speaking and listening comprehension of the Arabic language. Reading and writing the Arabic script will be further exercised and we are going through central topics of Arabic grammar. We have studied the first three lessons of textbook "Arabisch intensiv Grundstufe" in the first semester and will now turn to lessons four to seven.
ContentEingebettet in kommunikative Situationen werden folgende Inhalte erarbeitet, die sich vorwiegend auf typische Situationen bei einem Sprachaufenthalt beziehen: Gast sein / Gastgeber sein; seine persönliche Umwelt beschreiben (Stadt, Haus, Familie etc.), sich an einem Ort zurechtfinden, Informationen einholen, eine Wohnung mieten, einkaufen.
LiteratureArabisch Intensiv. Grundstufe. Landesspracheninstitut in der Ruhr-Universität Bochum; Buske Verlag (www.buske.de), 2011
851-0862-01LArabic II (A1.2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits3UU. Gösken
AbstractThe aim of the second level course is:
1. basic communication about living, traveling, visiting a restaurant etc.;
2. some more verbal forms, plural, comparative, numbers from 1-100, some auxiliary verbs.
ObjectiveThe aim of the second level course is:
1. basic communication about living, traveling, visiting a restaurant etc.;
2. some more verbal forms, plural, comparative, numbers from 1-100, some auxiliary verbs.
ContentZweiter Teil des viersemestrigen Grundkurses, der eine Einführung in die moderne Schriftsprache mit dem Ziel der Lektüre von Zeitungstexten bietet. An die vier Semester schliesst sich ein einstündiger Lektüre- und Konversationskurs an.
LiteratureArabisch Intensiv. Grundstufe. Landesspracheninstitut in der Ruhr-Universität Bochum; Buske Verlag (www.buske.de), 2011.
851-0864-00LArabic IV (A2.2) Information Restricted registration - show details
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W2 credits2UE. Youssef-Grob
AbstractThe aim of the fourth level course is:
1. The improvement of the communication about everyday situations and simple Arabic texts.
2. Verbal system incl. participles and infintives
3. Subordinate clauses
ObjectiveThe aim of the fourth level course is:
1. The improvement of the communication about everyday situations and simple Arabic texts.
2. Verbal system incl. participles and infintives
3. Subordinate clauses
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