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Young children acquiring second language vocabulary in preschool group-time: Does amount, diversity, and discourse complexity of teacher talk matter?

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A study of the relationship between exposure to second-language discourse of teachers in preschool and children's second-language vocabulary acquisition in preschool and by first grade, based on data collected from 27 native Turkish-speaking children in Norwegian-speaking environments
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Norway

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