The subject is divided into four parts, which correspond to the main fields of linguistics: phonetics and phonology, variation, morphology and syntax.
1. Phonetics and Phonology
1.1. Sounds and phonemes in Spanish.
1.2. Syllable, stress and intonation.
1.3. Phonetics and Phonetics norms.
2.1. Norm configuration.
2.2. Standar lenguage.
3. Linguistic variation
3.1. Spanish variation
3.2. Spanish in America
4.1. Morphology. Key concepts and main units. Morpheme types. Inflexional and derivational morphology.
4.2. Derivational morphology. Word´s internal structure. Word´s formation processes.
5. Words and syntagm´s categories
5.1. Statement and sentence
5.2. Subject and predicate. Concordance. Impersonality.
5.3. Simple, Complex and Compounded sentence.
6. Sentence structure
6.1. Paradigmatic and syntagmatic relationships
6.2. Sentence and Utterance. Sentence types.
6.3. Subject-predicate relationship. Agreement. Impersonal constructions.
6.4. Simple, compound and complex sentences.