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Can we say ''instrumental changes''? e.g. We have to make some instrumental changes in our educational system.
What about call into question? Can we say that people call into question the educational system?
Thank you anyway.
It is about an essay.In first example i mean that crucial changes must be made in order to ameliorate the greek educational system. I don't know if i can use the word instrumental(if it is the right word) to illustrate my point of view.
In the second example i want to state that people doubt about the current educational system and i want to use the idiom ''call into question'' instead of doubt but i am not sure if it is the right one.
I think "fundamental" is the word you want. Changes to the very basic structure?
Fundamental | Define Fundamental at Dictionary.com
Yes, "call into question" is appropriate.
Thank you very much for your proposal. I mainly mean a complete rethink of our educational system.
Last edited by DJHaris; 04-May-2011 at 18:52.
Like SoothingDave, I would use fundamental there.