Foreign Accent in Pre- and Primary School Heritage Bilinguals

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KUPISCH, Tanja, Nadine KOLB, Yulia RODINA, Olga UREK, 2021. Foreign Accent in Pre- and Primary School Heritage Bilinguals. In: Languages. MDPI Publishing. 6(2), 96. eISSN 2226-471X. Available under: doi: 10.3390/languages6020096

@article{Kupisch2021-06Forei-54029, title={Foreign Accent in Pre- and Primary School Heritage Bilinguals}, year={2021}, doi={10.3390/languages6020096}, number={2}, volume={6}, journal={Languages}, author={Kupisch, Tanja and Kolb, Nadine and Rodina, Yulia and Urek, Olga}, note={Article Number: 96} }

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