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Portuguese

 

Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures

 

PORT 101. Elementary Portuguese I.

3-4 credits.
The fundamentals of Portuguese through listening, speaking, reading and writing. Practice in pronunciation and development of comprehension. One hour`s work a week in the language laboratory. Students will receive no credit for the course if he/she has had two or more years of the language in high school.

 

PORT 102. Elementary Portuguese II.

3-4 credits.
The fundamentals of Portuguese through a higher level of listening, speaking, reading and writing. Practice in pronunciation and development of comprehension. One hour`s work a week in the language laboratory. Students will receive no credit for the course if he/she has had two or more years of the language in high school. Prerequisite: PORT 101.

 

PORT 231. Intermediate Portuguese I.

3 credits.
A thorough review of first year grammar and vocabulary building. Conversation, composition and readings will be chosen to reach competency at the lower intermediate level Portuguese. Prerequisite: PORT 102 or permission of instructor.

 

PORT 232. Intermediate Portuguese II.

3 credits.
A thorough review of PORT 231 grammar and vocabulary building. Conversation, composition and readings will be chosen to reach competency at the advance intermediate level. Prerequisite: PORT 231 or permission of instructor.

 

PORT 300. Portuguese Grammar and Communication.

3 credits.
Intensive training in grammatical structures and their application to oral and written communication. Instruction is in Portuguese. Fulfills the College of Arts and Letters writing-intensive requirement for possible International Affairs majors and/or IBUS majors. Prerequisite: PORT 232 or permission of instructor.

 

PORT 320. Portuguese Oral and Written Communication.

3 credits.
Intensive training in the use of modern, everyday Portuguese with emphasis on conversation and composition. Readings in Portuguese will provide a context for discussion and writing. Prerequisite: PORT 300.

 

PORT 490. Special Topics in Portuguese.

3 credits.

Special topics or independent studies in Portuguese.

 

 

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