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Learning to read in a non-native language: The relationship between English oral-language and early literacy skills of kindergarten children in Singapore

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An examination of the relationship between English oral-language and early literacy skills of a random sample of 297 children in Singapore, stratified by ethnicity, attending a local kindergarten for 5 year olds
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Singapore

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