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But once you have made the decision to use that language with that person, then you stick to that particular language; that is a sociolinguistic rule. Helen Kelly-Holmes (Aston University): This may seem to be a micro decision but it will always have a macro dimension, a political dimension, because decisions are often made under the influence of economic necessitythis so-called economic pull which has come up so often in previous discussions in this series. The speaker of a language of an immigrant or minority community is always faced with this dilemma; if they want to sell their labour outside their community they are forced to adopt the language of the dominant group.
Lisse: The Peter de Ridder Press. (1989a) Conditions for Second Language Learning: Introduction to a General Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (1989b) Maori bilingual education and language revitalization. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 9 (6), 118. (1991) Hebrew language revitalization within a general theory of second language learning. In Robert L. Cooper and Bernard Spolsky (eds) The Influence of Language on Culture and Thought: Essays in Honor of the 65th Birthday of Joshua A.
Rabin has suggested that the last monolingual speaker would have been at the time of the Bar Kokhba Revolt (c. 120 CE); Fraade (1990) believes that Hebrew was still being spoken as a daily language in the Galilee as late as the 6th Century. 29. First published in Hebrew in Hungary in 1864. By 1908, more than twelve editions 400-500,000 copieshad appeared, including plagiarised ones. 30. Fellman (1973:51) cites the account of one of these early teachers, Yizhaq Epstein, who claims to have had little Hebrew education beyond elementary school; but this included Talmud until he entered High School, after which he read 'very little' modern Hebrew literature.