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112:  Second Semester Dutch, 4 cr.

Lec 1, MTWR, 12:05

Prerequisites: Dutch 111 or consent of instructor.

(Also offered as 312 for graduate students)

One of the advantages of studying at the UW is being able to take courses in Dutch. Although the study of Dutch linguistics and literature has steadily expanded at major American universities in recent years, many universities do not offer this language. Since Dutch is a Germanic language--linguistically related to both German and English-and since Dutch culture and literature have always had close ties to both German and English-speaking cultures, Dutch is a logical choice as an additional language for American students of German language, literature and culture. See our website at http://german.lss.wisc.edu/dutch. Note that 112 does NOT meet on Fridays.

Required Textbooks:

  • CODE / CODE deel 1. Cursistenpakket (takenboek en cd-rom).  ISBN 978 90 06 81110 ) (Price  € 83,90)
    Editor: Carola van der Voort. Authors: TItia Broers, Vita Olijfhoek, Nicky Heijne, Marten Hidma. Publisher: Thieme Meulenhoff.
    ( book AND a cd-rom bundled)

Recommended:

  • Dutch/English, English Dutch dictionary of the student's choice (I think you have/had two different titles (different price ranges) on the shelf already).

 

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