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Reviews

I can say this was a great subject to anyone who never skipped lessons and any student who put effort to learn. I passed just fine

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Such a great unit, really interesting lecturers and tutors and you could really see their passion. Although the content was difficult at times, the tutes/lectures were so great that when supplemented with the readings everything was fine. Overall a super enjoyable unit! There's also PASS units available for people struggling.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Really fun and interesting unit. It gives solid introduction into the world of linguistics!

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Extremely fun, in the lecture and during tutorials. There were a variety of topics which can cater to different people.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

An enjoyable unit which covers the basic of language study and its main branches such as syntax, phonetics and pragmatics. The unit coordinator, Howard (Howie) Manns is a wonderful lecturer, as he explains the difficult concepts of linguistics through his powerpoints fuelled with pop culture references and dad jokes. Other lecturers in the unit also show the wide range of areas the study of language can cover. However, this unit may be a little hard to grasp for international students whose native language is not English or for students with no previous English Language background, but if you make an effort to read the readings and do the exercises, you will do well.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2014