|Day & Time
254 International Affairs Building
|Method of Instruction||In-Person|
Prerequisite: one semester of prior coursework in Urdu for Heritage Speakers I (UN1615) in the Fall semester, or the instructor’s permission. This is an accelerated course for students of South Asian origin who already possess a knowledge of basic vocabulary and limited speaking, listening, reading and writing skills in Urdu. For instance, they should be able to converse, comprehend, read and write on familiar topics in Urdu such as: self, family, likes, dislikes and immediate surroundings. This course will focus on developing knowledge of the basic grammar of Urdu and vocabulary enrichment by exposing students to a variety of cultural and social topics related to aspects of daily life; and formal and informal registers. Students will be able to read and discuss simple Urdu texts and write about a variety of everyday topics by the end of the semester. No P/D/F or R credit is allowed for this class.
|Department||Middle Eastern, South Asian and African Studies|
|Enrollment||18 students (19 max) as of 9:12PM Friday, December 1, 2023|
|Fee||$10 Hindi Materials Fe|
|Fee||$15 Language Resource|