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This article focuses on language revitalisation, which involves a reversal of language shift where people start using a language that has been moribund or threatened by extinction, so that its vitality gradually restored. Adding new sets of speakers, adding new functions by introducing the language into new domains, and other approaches are examined.doi:10.24135/tekaharoa.v1i1.143 fatcat:shwa7sjqxrcrhleaadhpze2pfy