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Sat Mar 24 2007

Qs: Speech Delay in a Multilingual Environment

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        1.    Svitlana Budzhak-Jones, Speech Delay in a Multilingual Environment


Message 1: Speech Delay in a Multilingual Environment
Date: 21-Mar-2007
From: Svitlana Budzhak-Jones <Budzhakjonesyahoo.com>
Subject: Speech Delay in a Multilingual Environment


Dear All,

Does anyone know of any research of speech delay in children raised in a
bi-/ multilingual environment. I appreciate your help very much. THANK YOU.
You can also send your messages directly to my e-mail: budzhakjones
yahoo.com. Thanks, again.

All the best,
Svitlana

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Cognitive Science
                            Language Acquisition

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