List of Subject-Specific Competences
1. Ability to recognise linguistic problems.
2. Identify linguistic units and levels of analysis, the relations among them and processes affecting them.
3. Ability to select appropriate methodologies for different types of linguistic research.
4. Ability to formulate linguistic generalisations on the basis of language data.
5. Ability to examine and reflect on the relationship between language and its social context.
6. Ability to gather data, construct linguistic corpora and manage, maintain and retrieve information from them.
7. Ability to use linguistic data in the construction of linguistic argumentation.
8. Understanding of the nature of linguistic theories, hypotheses and explanations.
9. Awareness of the relationship between theoretical approaches and methodological practices.
10. Ability to critically reflect on popular misconceptions of language and language behaviours.