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0704-f2ENG2W-CET Course page

The aim of the course is to provide students with advanced knowledge and skills concerning composition of English texts (combined with graphics) in the DTP software.

0704-f2ENG2W-EL Course page

The aim of the course English Linguistics is to organize and expand the students’ orientation across general and descriptive linguistics, and also theoretical-methodological approaches. Additionally, it aims to provide a survey of issues on language variation regarding the English language (in diachronic, regional, social and stylistic dimensions).

0704-f2ENG2W-MA Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-PE Course page

Practical English Writing in the second year of the second degree programme aims to provide students with skills necessary to write a master's thesis.

0704-f2ENG2W-P Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-SSC-ECL Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-SSL-CCC Course page

(in Polish) The aim of the course is to expand students’ knowledge of English-Polish contrasts in morphology, semantics and syntax.

0704-f2ENG2W-SSL/2 Course page

The Seminar under the label of Explorations in Linguistic Pragmatics: Issues of Meaning Construction in Semiotic/Textual Spaces is designed to integrate the students’ knowledge in functional realms of language use (that are dealt with by text linguistics, cognitive linguistics discourse analysis, linguistic pragmatics) and practical implementation of these phenomena: (a) analytical skills in identifying them in the interpersonal space, including public space (e.g. in advertising and commercials, political and legal discourse, journalism etc., (b) creative experimentation in the process of message creation

0704-f2ENG2W-SSL-ILP Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-SSLI-CA Course page

(in Polish) The seminar attempts to introduce the students to an interesting and relatively distinctive genre of American letters, the literary essay. A combination of classical journalism and literary narrative techniques, the literary essay ties in with a century-long tradition of bringing together fact and fiction in American literature.

0704-f2ENG2W-SSLI/2 Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-SSLI/1 Course page

The aim of the specialisation seminar in literature is to develop the students' interests in selected fields within literary research.

0704-f2ENG2W-TC Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-TLBT Course page
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0704-f2ENG2W-TLT Course page

The course will prepare students for identifying and solving typical problems in literary translation, with special attention to literary analysis as a prerequisite for successful translation. Students will translate prose and poetic excerpts representing various challenges in translation, and review translations by their colleagues.

0704-f2ENG2W-TNLT Course page
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