Undergraduate

Modern & Medieval Languages

Linguistics Tripos

Papers in Linguistics - 2013/14

Please note that this list may vary from year to year, with some papers being offered on alternate years only. Full information on the schedule for each paper can be found by following the appropriate links.

Papers in Section D are offered by other University Departments, and entry requirements (e.g. language ability) and teaching arrangements will vary accordingly. If you are considering borrowing one of these papers, we recommend you make contact with the relevant paper coordinator in good time to let them know, check any entry requirements, and find out if there is anything else you should be aware of.

Whilst every effort is made to avoid timetable clashes, some DTAL lectures may clash with papers offered by other Departments. You can check the previous year's timetable to see whether this is likely to be an issue.


Section A ( Part I)

  • 1: Sounds and words
  • 2: Structures and meanings
  • 3: Language, brain and society
  • 4: History and varieties of English

Section B (Part IIB ONLY)

  • 5: Linguistic Theory

Section C (Part IIA and IIB)

  • 6: Phonetics
  • 7: This paper is suspended until further notice
  • 8: Phonology and Morphology.
  • 9: Syntax
  • 10: Semantics and pragmatics
  • 11: Historical linguistics (Runs on alternate years; suspended in the academic year 2013-14)
  • 12: History of Ideas on Language (Suspended in the academic years 2013-14 and 2014-15)
  • 13: History of the English Language (Runs on alternate years; suspended in the academic year 2014-15)
  • 14: History of the French Language (Suspended in the academic year 2014-15)
  • 15: First and Second Language Acquisition
  • 16: Psychology of Language Processing and Learning
  • 17: A subject in Linguistics to be specified by the Faculty Board from time to time: Language Typology
  • 18: Computational Linguistics

Section D (Part IIA and IIB Borrowed Papers)

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