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Mon Nov 20 2006

Qs: Help in Finding some Research Material

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Message 1: Help in Finding some Research Material
Date: 20-Nov-2006
From: maggie H <angenda_hotmail.com>
Subject: Help in Finding some Research Material


Hello,

I'm just wondering if there has been much written/done on reasearch of
Arabic language acquisition. I can't find too much in English, and not being
a reader of Arabic, I wouldn't know if there have been any Arabic research
done. I was just wondering if this is something that is available out there,
albeit in the Arabic language. I was also wondering whether there is a large
about of normative data on this topic in English, or if the bulk is in arabic.

Thank you, much appreciated.
Maggie

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition

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