FJ2028 Syntax 2

Faculty of Education
Spring 2020
Extent and Intensity
1/1/0. 4 credit(s). Type of Completion: zk (examination).
doc. Mgr. Václava Bakešová, Ph.D. (lecturer)
Guaranteed by
doc. Mgr. Václava Bakešová, Ph.D.
Department of French Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Contact Person: Barbora Hůrková
Supplier department: Department of French Language and Literature - Faculty of Education
Mon 14:00–14:50 učebna 3
  • Timetable of Seminar Groups:
FJ2028/01: Mon 18:00–18:50 učebna 57, V. Bakešová
Prerequisites (in Czech)
FJ2027 Syntax 1
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
fields of study / plans the course is directly associated with
Course objectives
The lecture Syntax 2 follows Syntax 1 with circuits related to the composition of sentences. The lecture serves as a theoretical explanation of questions further dealt with in a seminar and for further deepening the understanding of the structure of the French language based on reading texts, analysis of selected sentences and exercises from university sources in French. The aim of the seminar is to enable students to gain a contrastive view of the French sentence and to understand the composition of the French sentence, its specifics, coordination and subordination relationships, and the word ordre of individual types of sentences.
Learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student is able to: understand the structure of sentences, analyze sentences in a simple sentence and sentence, recognize the types of sentences in the sentence and orientate in their mutual relationships, explain the occurring syntactic interconnection, apply lessons learned in practice - reading more complex texts.
  • 1. Conditional clause. 2. Comparative clause. 3. Causal clause. 4. Time clause. 5. Participle and its using in French syntax. 6. Valencial relationships of subordinate sentences. 7. Final clause. 8. Consecutive clause. 9. Concessive clause. 10. Direct and indirect speech. 11. Word ordre in French sentence. 12. Punctuation, differences between Czech and French.
    required literature
  • DELATOUR, Y., JENNEPIN, D., LÉON DUFOUR, M., a kol. Grammaire. Cours de Civilisation française de la Sorbonne. 350 exercices niveau moyen. 1. vyd. Paris : Hachette, 1987. 192 s. ISBN 2-01-016560.8.
  • CADIO - CUEILLERON, J., FRAYSSINHES, J.-P., KLOTZ,L. a kol. Grammaire. Cours de Civilisation française de la Sorbonne. 350 exercices niveau supérieur I. 1. vyd. Paris : Hachette, 1992. 176 s. ISBN 2-01-016289-7.
  • RADINA, O. Francouzština a čeština: systémové srovnávání dvou jazyků. 2. vyd. Praha : SPN, 1977. 303 s. 14-560-81.
  • RIEGEL, Martin, Jean-Christophe PELLAT and René RIOUL. Grammaire méthodique du français. 6e édition. Paris: PUF, 2016. xliii, 110. ISBN 9782130732853. info
  • SEKVENT, Karel. Slovní druhy a jejich větně-členské funkce ve francouzštině (Word classes and their functioning as clause members in French language). 1. vydání. Brno: Masarykova univerzita, 2012. 54 pp. ISBN 978-80-210-5881-1. info
    recommended literature
  • GREVISSE, M. Le bon usage. 12. vyd. Paris : Duculot, 1993. 1768 s. ISBN 2-08011-0588 0.
  • POISSON-QUINTON,S., MIMRAN,R., MAHÉO-LE COADIC, M. Grammaire expliquée du français. 1. vyd. Paris : CLE International, 2002. 430 s. ISBN 2-09-033703-6.
  • CHEVALIER, J.-C., BLANCHE-BENVENISTE, Cl., ARRIVÉ, M., a kol. Grammaire Larousse du français contemporain, Paris : Larousse, 1964. 494 s. ISBN 03-070031-2.
  • BEAUJEU, C.-M., CARLIER A., MIMRAN, R., a kol. Grammaire. Cours de Civilisation française de la Sorbonne. 350 exercices niveau supérieur II. 1. vyd. Paris : Hachette, 1987. ISBN 2-01-016261-9.
Teaching methods
Lecture, seminary.
Assessment methods
Ending: examination. Requirements for ending: a successful test on the subject matter is divided into two sub-tests during the semester (min. success rate is 70%), oral exam according to specified areas, analysis of unknown sentences.
Language of instruction
Further Comments
Study Materials
The course is taught annually.
The course is also listed under the following terms Spring 2019, Spring 2021.
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