Linguistics connects knowledge across several disciplines


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Linguistics is the study of language both as a faculty of mind and as a social institution. Courses approach language from a variety of perspectives, including in the subfields of history, grammar, syntax, phonology, phonetics, sociolinguistics, culture, and geography.

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