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References

  1. Martin, J.R. and Joan Rothery
    (1981) Writing Project Report No. 2 University of Sydney, Working Paper in Linguistics
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    (1980) A Semantic-Syntactic Analysis of Child Language within a Functional Frame, Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Griffith University
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    (1982) The English Spoken by Aboriginal Entrants to Traeger Park School, Canberra. Curriculum Development Centre. Occasional Paper No. 11
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