By J. Weingreen
A pragmatic Grammar for Classical Hebrew
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But there are encouraging signs of changes in attitudes of teachers and educators, and in the last few years many have started, or are keen to start language programmes in their schools. In 1982, a language and culture programme in the local languages was started in the Fitzroy Crossing State High School, and the involvement of the adults in the local Aboriginal community, Junjuwa, was sought and encouraged. This programme ceased operation in 1983, for reasons unknown to me. It was restarted by the new principal in 1985.
1). It is clear that speakers regarded the elicitation process as text-producing, and their responses were characteristic of genres appropriate to the referential content. Much of the formally elicited data is, then, in a sense controlled, or constructed text, rather than isolated, decontextualised sentences. The primary thrust of elicitation was to develop and construct such contexts as might not frequently arise in conditions where recording was possible. t•xts only). Although I am mindful of the many dangers inherent in using elicited materials.
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