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In the news: Bilingual children may fall behind in english, study suggests (7/8/2015)

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Last updated on 7 August 2015
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Research conducted by the University of Bath suggests that although bilingual children may have less advanced vocabulary at the age of 3, those with at least one English-speaking parent catch up by the age of 5.

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