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Introduction to Oriental Linguistics: That`s why we speak to the East (Free Demo 1 Week)

Overview
Curriculum

The problem of dialogue between cultures, even in the modern global context, partly goes beyond the boundaries of civilizational circles, prompting dialogue actors to use the most difficult and rarest languages of the world in the Western Hemisphere during everyday communication and negotiations. We are used to the methodical paradigms when learning foreign languages. All of them quite logically fit into our regular imagination, despite their diversity and dissimilarity.

Then why is it so difficult to learn oriental languages?

How close can we get to distant cultures in communication by building close cooperation?

To what extent does the atypical Eastern mentality affect our ability to use oriental languages in international communication?

What methods can we use for this?

We invite you to our introductory course in the field of Oriental Linguistics and progressive mastery of the languages of the countries of Asia, Africa and Oceania.

We hope you will find for yourself the philosopher’s stone of the bridge that you have been looking for and building for so long.

Curriculum

  • 5 Sections
  • 40 Lessons
  • 5 Quizzes
  • 10h Duration
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Introductory Module
1 Lesson1 Quiz
  1. Lecture 1 Language, thinking and regionalism in the light of our aspirations to learn about distant cultures
  2. Small Quiz
Module 1
3 Lessons1 Quiz
  1. Lecture 2 Theb concept of strong languages of the East
  2. Lecture 3 On the question of the significant relevance of linguistic orientalism
  3. Lecture 4 What languages do the civilizational ecumenicals of the modern East speak?
  4. Test 1
Module 2
3 Lessons1 Quiz
  1. Lecture 5 Oriental Languages and Cultral Shock
  2. Lecture 6 The influence of the multilingual diversity of countries on the image of these countries among Europeans
  3. Lecture 7 The specificity of contacts with distant civilizations
  4. Test 2
Module 3
3 Lessons1 Quiz
  1. Lecture 8 Methodological recommendations for studying Eastern languages
  2. Lecture 9 Prospects and new opportunities for those who study oriental languages
  3. Lecture 10 The Silk Road and own language experience
  4. Test 3
Practical Module (Orientation)
30 Lessons1 Quiz
  1. Austronesian languages
  2. Austroasiatic languages
  3. Kra–Dai languages
  4. Afroasiatic languages
  5. Altaic languages
  6. Semitic languages
  7. Hmong–Mien languages
  8. Turkic languages
  9. Mongolic languages
  10. Tibeto-Burman languages
  11. Sinitic Languages
  12. Austric languages
  13. Indo-Iranian Languagaes
  14. Bantu languages
  15. Niger–Congo languages
  16. Khoisan languages
  17. Khoe languages
  18. Tuu languages
  19. Mande languages
  20. Ubangian languages
  21. Omotic languages
  22. Benue–Congo languages
  23. Berber languages
  24. Atlantic–Congo languages
  25. Nubian languages
  26. Central Sudanic languages
  27. Eastern Jebel languages
  28. Chadic languages
  29. Cushitic languages
  30. Language families in Oceania
  31. Final Test

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