Appendix B:     Table     3.28

     Examples that Provide the Possibility of Creative Input,
     Without Constraints


     1.   This table should be interpreted with reference to
     section 3.12 of the text. 
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     1.   Realistic Interchange    6.   More than One Response
     2.   Extended Context         7.   Lexical Understanding
     3.   Truth Value                     Required
     4.   Information Gap          8.   New Elements, within   
     5.   Function Practice               Constraints                        
                                   9.   New Elements, Free  
               
     1.   2.   3.   4.   5.   6.   7.   8.   9.   Reference



     -    -    -    -    -    Y    y    -    Y    3.53   Paulston
     Y    Y    -    Y    -    Y    Y    -    Y    3.71   Byrne
     -    -    -    -    -    Y    y    Y    Y    3.72   Byrne
     Y    Y    -    -    Y    Y    -    -    Y    3.73.2 Byrne
     -    Y    -    -    -    Y    -    -    Y    3.89   Candlin 




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