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Preschool classroom conversations as long-term resources for second language and literacy acquisition

A study of relationships between preschool talk exposure and immigrant first graders' second language literacy and oral skills outcomes, based on data from 25 children with Turkish as their first language and Norwegian as their second, at various multilingual and ethnically diverse preschool classrooms in Norway
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