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The intention of the study was to compare the strategies employed by the children with their Danish vocabulary (or rather, word comprehension potential, see Jørgensen, 1987). I collected my material in the schools of a working class suburb of Copenhagen. The students were all of Turkish origin, and they were born in Turkey of Kurdish or Turkish parents. In short, the children were asked to somehow define or describe the meaning of a series of Danish words, selected to represent the vocabulary implicitly required by the Danish school.
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Bilingualism and the individual by Anne Holmen