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Ch 2: CSET English: Human Language Structure

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Get ready for the CSET English subtest II with these video lessons on word structure and meaning, pragmatics, and etymology. Short quizzes are also included to help familiarize you with the types of questions found on the test.

CSET English: Human Language Structure - Chapter Summary

Brush up on your linguistics knowledge in time for the CSET English subtest II with entertaining video lessons you can complete at your own pace. Topics of instruction include:

  • Word patterns
  • Syntax
  • Semantics
  • Pragmatics
  • Etymology

These video lessons are taught by experienced instructors who touch on all of the important linguistics terms and concepts you'll need to be familiar with on exam day. Use them along with the quizzes to find out what's covered on the test, supplement your current knowledge, or improve on any areas not covered in your teacher education program.

CSET English: Human Language Structure Objectives

Prospective English teachers in California must pass four subject area exams before qualifying for certification. The CSET Language, Linguistics and Literacy exam is the second in this series of subtests. It contains 50 multiple-choice questions, some of which will cover the word phonology, morphology, sentence structure, word meaning, language function, and etymology topics discussed in this chapter's lessons.

Chapter Practice Exam
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