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3% of the total, which is pleasingly high for this kind of postal survey. The survey covered 591 children, and comprised 413 school-aged and 178 pre-school children. 5% of the estimated total number of Japanese children in the UK. The questionnaire was written in Japanese, and had 42 questions. ) Results of the survey The major results of this survey are introduced briefly here. Regarding the Japanese parents' language policy during the period when they are in the UK, the majority of the parents either think that the Japanese and English languages are equally important or that Japanese is more important.
So there is a complex interplay here. The stage of reorganisation may take place round about two years to two and a half years in the normal monolingual child. g. that the verb and the object together constitute a predicate; and that the predicate has a subject and that they together make up a simple sentence or clause. That is to say, we have for the first time the development of a grouping of the beads on the string, resulting in vertical structure as well as left-toright structure. Other features that are characteristic of this stage are the development of language-particular systems of grammar, of which we may mention just three briefly.
Children come to us through a referral system. Most of the common communication problems experienced by pre-school or early school-age children are identified by health visitors or teachers who have regular encounters with the children. Also, parents themselves may initiate referral because they are anxious. They may do this through their doctor, or health visitor or school. Professionals and parents become concerned about children for a number of different reasons, but probably the most common feature that worries them is the very basic one that the child just does not < previous page page_36 next page > < previous page page_37 next page > Page 37 say very much.