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Caloi, Irene & Jacopo Torregrossa
2021. Home and School Language Practices and Their Effects on Heritage Language Acquisition: A View from Heritage Italians in Germany. Languages 6:1  pp. 50 ff. Crossref logo
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2018. Regularizing Unpredictable Variation: Evidence from a Natural Language Setting. Language Learning and Development 14:1  pp. 42 ff. Crossref logo

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