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📙 Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese by Sam-Po Law, Brendan Weekes, Amita M-Y Wong — pdf free


This book represents the latest research in language disorders in Chinese speakers by more than 20 scholars from Asia, the UK and the US. It features single case and group studies addressing theoretical and clinical issues concerning language impairments and reading and writing disorders in Chinese-speaking children and adults

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