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0704-f1ENG2W-AC-T Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-AL-L Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-AL-T Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-DGE Course page

(in Polish) The aim of the course is to acquaint the student with basic concepts pertaining to English descriptive grammar.

0704-f1ENG2W-PE Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-SS7 Course page

(in Polish) The seminar aims to acquaint the students with the most dynamic literary market in the world, focusing on short fiction. The students will learn of the richness and diversity of the American short stories at the turn of the centuries. The course will complement the knowledge gained in the American Literature Courses taught before.

0704-f1ENG2W-SS2 Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-SS5 Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-SS4 Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-SS6 Course page

dr hab. WALDEMAR SKRZYPCZAK (LINGUISTICS/LANGUAGE VARIATION)

The aim of the seminar History of English and Language Variation is to provide a description and explanation of variables within the English language in terms of diachronic (historical), regional, social and stylistic aspects.

0704-f1ENG2W-SS3 Course page
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0704-f1ENG2W-SS1 Course page

(in Polish) Seminar in Translation Studies, covering major typologies of translation competence and practical issues related to working as a professional translator.

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