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Bates, E. and McWhinney, B. Competition, variation, and language learning. In B. McWhinney editor, Mechanisms of Language Acquisition. Hillsdale , NJ. : Language Transfer: Cross-Linguistic Influence in Language Learning (Cambridge Applied Linguistics) (): Terence Odlin: Books. Wells, G. Learning through interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge. University Press. Cambridge University Press. Odlin, T. Language transfer: cross-.
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