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You can explore linguistics and broaden your knowledge, and more importantly, to find out if you really like linguistics, and which sub-topics interest you most. I recommend doing (some) of the following online courses (free MOOCs):

  1. http://linguistics.online.uni-marburg.de/free/information/registrationoffice/registerclasses_show.php (three courses, two of them starting June 15)
  2. https://www.coursera.org/course/humanlanguage (course has just ended, but the materials are still accessible I think, plus the course will probably run again later this year)

You can also watch YouTube videos, e.g. those from the VLC: https://www.youtube.com/user/LinguisticsMarburg (partly overlaps with Marburg course)

Good luck! :-)

You can explore linguistics and to broaden your knowledge, and more importantly, to find out if you really like linguistics, and which sub-topics interest you most. I recommend doing (some) of the following online courses (free MOOCs):

  1. Various MOOCs by VLC / University of Marburg http://linguistics.online.uni-marburg.de/free/information/registrationoffice/registerclasses_show.php (three courses, two of them starting June 15)
  2. "Miracles of Human Language: An Introduction to Linguistics" by Leiden University, on Coursera https://www.coursera.org/course/humanlanguage (course has just ended, but the materials are still accessible I think, plus the course will probably run again later this year)

You can also watch YouTube videos, e.g. those from the VLC: https://www.youtube.com/user/LinguisticsMarburg (partly overlaps with Marburg course)

Good luck! :-)