Foreign Language Courses
CLL 220 German I (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: To greet someone, introduce yourself and others, ask someone his name and country, the alphabet and learn to spell, to get to know someone, start a conversation, numbers from 0 to 1000, order in a restaurant and pay the bill, to understand telephone numbers, make questions with how, where from, where, what, verbs in present tense, articles in nominative, language in a foreign language class, use of dictionary, articles in accusative, verbs in accusative, negation, nouns: singular and plural, listen to umlauts and speak, speak about cities and tourist features, about countries and languages spoken there, to indicate the geographical location, the past tense of the verbs, accent in questions and statements, time data- clock time/ week days, To fix up appointments, to excuse oneself on being late, questions starting from when, from…till, prepositions related to time, separable verbs, eg, to call up, to wake up etc.
CLL 230 German II (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: Understand information given in a letter or text, write letters, understand and give simple instructions, understand advertisements, describe an apartment, reply to an invitation, express likes and dislikes, write a text about an apartment, describe one’s daily routine, talk about past, understand job advertisements, voice opinion on jobs, converse on telephone and talk about work, talk about clothes, understand a chat about shopping, talk about past, making one’s way in a shopping mall, understand information about Berlin, name body parts, understand and explain sports exercises, visit to a doctor, Grammar includes Dative case, Personal pronouns, prepositions, Adjectives etc.
CLL 200 FRENCH I (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: Introduce oneself and a friend/colleague or any other person. Will be able to speak about his hobbies, leisure activities and daily routines, ask directions, to ask and to give personal information like name add.. to give instructions ,to ask and say time, understand a small and simple article, to organize ,to accept or to refuse an outing/an invitation,
To leave a message on the answering machine, place an order and pay in a restaurant, to speak about a near future plan and able to read a programme
CLL 210 French II (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: Students will be able to understand practical work done in the lab, will be understand the instructions of a project, understand the core of an interview, present his research, talk about his educational and professional experience, understand a small technical text, reply to a survey, do a survey, write and understand a SMS, understand a training offer, write a cv, write a report on his training.
CLL270 SPANISH I (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: Personal information, exchange greetings, understanding conjugations, using the verbs “to have”, “to be”, learn numbers 1-100, nationalities, professions. Express intentions/interests, explain reasons for actions, Use of Present Indicative, use of prepositions. Description of places and countries, talk about climate. Use of superlatives. Expressing agreement, doubt. Future and Past tenses, gender and number of adjectives. Identification of objects, expression of needs, asking prices/products. Give and ask for information about someone, Knowledge about the company, number of employees. Ability to talk about the post or job of someone in a company, Read a technical drawing with dictionary, The Past tense. Irregular verbsfor ex. Ej poner, traer, The verb “to like”. Compare likes and dislikes. Talk of abilities and aptitudes.
CLL280 SPANISH II (2-0-2) 3 credits
Brief Syllabus: The subjunctive tense, the impersonal “se”, Perfect Preterit, Irregular verbs. Send invitations, bid farewell and welcome guests. Ask for favours, ask and give permission, make excuses. Indefinite Preterit, Practice and uses of the present subjunctive, Use of gerund. Relate past experiences. Talk of intentions and projects. Introduction of past subjunctive. The difference between Indefinite and Perfect Preterit. Different past tenses. Argue and debate. Describe problems and the desire to carry out plans. Talk about future actions and situations. Express conditions. Formulate a hypothesis using future/past subjunctive tense. Surely/Possibly/Probably + Future tense. Sequencing of actions: Describe past events and future plans. Uses of Future Imperfect Tense. Evaluate experiences, give advice, express needs and obligations.