Christian Velásquez Pañganiban (tisoi) wrote in linguaphiles,
Christian Velásquez Pañganiban

Webcasts of Berkeley linguistics class

I ran into a tutorial on YouTube about accessing webcasts of university courses/lectures online. One of which is Berkeley. I did a search for "languages," and webcasts for linguistics courses were there. Particularly, LING 55 The American Languages.

You can look here:

I tried looking for language course, but there don't appear to be any. But just thought I'd pass this link on to you guys.


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