French 225 is intended for students graduating from high school with French 30N, 30S, 31 or French Language Arts 30 or equivalent. Students with French 30 or N30 should normally enroll in French 213. Students with little or no prior knowledge of French will normally be placed in French 209.NOTE: French 209 and 211 may not be counted for credit toward the major in French.
Students with no previous training in Spanish will normally begin with Spanish 201. Students with Spanish 30 or 31 should register in Spanish 203.
Students with no previous training in Italian will normally begin with Italian 201. Students with Italian 30 should register in Italian 203.
Students normally register in German 202 in the fall term and 204 in the winter term. Students who have taken German 30 or 31 should consult with the Department of Linguistics, Languages and Cultures for course registration advice.
Students should register in Russian 201 in the fall term and Russian 209 in the winter term. If you have completed Russian 30 or Russian 30-3Y you will register in Russian 301 in the fall and Russian 303 in the winter.
Students normally register in Japanese 205 in the fall term and 207 in the winter term. Students who have taken Japanese 30 in high school must register in Japanese 301.
If you have little or no knowledge of the Chinese language you should register in Chinese 205. If you have previous experience in Chinese talk to the department so that they can place you in an appropriate course.
(viii) Ancient and Classical Languages
Please note that not all courses may be available in the fall and winter terms. - Greek: Greek 201 in the fall term and Greek 203 in the winter term.- Latin: Latin 201 in the fall term and Latin 203 in the winter term. Students with Alberta Latin 30 will normally enter Latin 301.