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Japanese studying English
b) The children in that neighborhood were her primary source of language input.
a) The subject in this study is Uguisu, 'nightingale' in Japanese.
d) Her family came to the United States for a period of two years while her father was a visiting scholar at Harvard, and they took residence in North Cambridge, a Working-class neighborhood.
c) Uguisu also attended public kindergarten for two hours every day, and later elementary school, but with no tutoring in English syntax. Most of her neighborhood friends were in her same class at school.
e) This paper summarizes some of the major data gathered in a longitudinal, naturalistic study of a Japanese girl learning English as a second language (Hakuta 1975b).