Linguistic forms critical for academic success in preschool-aged Hmong children.
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This study investigated the semantic and syntactic skills of young children learning Hmong as a first language and English as a second language. These oral language skills lay the foundation for literacy and future academic success.
Hmong American children--Language.
Hmong American children--Education.
Children of immigrants--Language.
Children of immigrants--Education.
Language and education.
English as a second language.
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