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Which of the following categories best describes your child’s reading proficiency in his/her mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 8. Which of the following categories best describes your child’s writing proficiency in his/her mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 9. Which of the following categories best describes your child's oral proficiency in his/her mother tongue? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 10. Which of the following categories best describes your child's reading proficiency in Icelandic?

Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 11. Which of the following categories best describes your child's writing proficiency in Icelandic? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 12. Which of the following categories best describes your child's oral proficiency in Icelandic? - Excellent; 32 - Very Good; Good; Sufficient; Poor 13. Do you consider your child bilingual (multilingual)? - Yes; - No 14. If yes, in what languages? 15. Do you think your child considers him/herself to be… (please, choose one of the following categories): - an Icelander; - a foreigner in Iceland; - both 16.

Which of the following categories best describes your child's writing proficiency in Icelandic? - Excellent; - Very Good; - Good; - Sufficient; - Poor 12. Which of the following categories best describes your child's oral proficiency in Icelandic? - Excellent; 32 - Very Good; Good; Sufficient; Poor 13. Do you consider your child bilingual (multilingual)? - Yes; - No 14. If yes, in what languages? 15. Do you think your child considers him/herself to be… (please, choose one of the following categories): - an Icelander; - a foreigner in Iceland; - both 16.

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