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Portuguese Phonology and Morphology

Code 12342
Year 1
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload OT(15H)/TP(45H)
Scientific area Linguística
Entry requirements Prerequisites: Correct and fluent expression in Portuguese.
Mode of delivery Daily presence in classes or by distance.
Work placements It doesn't apply.
Learning outcomes - To distinguish the issues studied by the Phonetics and The Phonology;
- To characterize the sound;
- To make Phonetic and Phonological transcriptions using the IPA symbols;
- To know and to explain the different types of Phonological opposition;
- To make morphological classifications.
By the end of the Semester, the student must be able to:
- To show the possession of programmatic knowledges respecting the Portuguese Phonetic, the Phonology and the Morphology;
- To be able to apply those knowledges, as established in the Program.
Syllabus 1. Phonetics
1.1 Definition
1.2 Speech Organs
1.3 Acustic Phonetics
1.4 Articulatory Classification (Manner and Place of Articulation)
1.5 IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet)-Transcriptions

2. Phonology
2.1 Definition
2.2 Phonemes, Phones and Allophones
2.3 Distinctive Feature Theory
2.4 Manner of Articulation Features
2.5 Place of articulation Features
2.6 Consonant Segments of PT
2.7 Vowels and Glide segments of PT

3. Morphology
3.1 Definition
3.2 Morphemes, morphs and allomorphs
3.3 Syntactic, phonological, and morphological words
3.4 Morphology Processes
Main Bibliography a. Essential Bibliography:

Câmara Jr., Joaquim Mattoso (1996), Estrutura da Língua Portuguesa. Petrópolis, Vozes.
Chomsky, N. Halle, M (1968), Sound Pattern of English. Harper and Row Publishers.
Duarte, Inês (2000), Língua portuguesa. Instrumentos de Análise. Lisboa, Universidade Aberta.
Martinet, André (1992), Elementos de Linguística Geral. Livraria Sá da Costa.
Mateus, M. Helena Mira et al. (1996), Fonética, fonologia e morfologia do português. Lisboa, Universidade Aberta.
Mateus, M. Helena Mira et al. (1989), Gramática da Língua Portuguesa. Lisboa, Editorial Caminho.
Xavier, M. Francisca e Mateus, M. Helena Mira (1990), Dicionário de termos linguísticos, vol I., Lisboa, Edições Cosmos.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2021-02-25

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