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Administrative implications on the effects of prior language, socio-economic status, oral language proficiency rate, and age on second language acquisition
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|Title:||Administrative implications on the effects of prior language, socio-economic status, oral language proficiency rate, and age on second language acquisition|
|Authors:||Ikeda, Myra Biju|
|Keywords:||English language -- Study and teaching -- Vietnamese speakers|
Education, Bilingual -- Hawaii
Thesis (Ed. D.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1988.
Bibliography: leaves 167-173.
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