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Refugee  and  Turkish  students’  always
  frequency of talking  in Turkish  with eac
  other  is reported  in  Table-5  and  Tabl
  respectively. 79% of RS boys always talk t
  Turkish friends in Turkish and only 10% of
  refugee boys rarely speak Turkish  with
  their Turkish friends (Table-5). The   Rar
  percentage of RS girls who always speak in
  Turkish with their Turkish friends is 70%.
  is signi�icantly less than the percentage
  RS boys. Rarely speaking girls constitutes
  only 13% of RS girls. This percentage is
  higher than the fraction of rarely speakin
  boys (10%) but the difference is not   stu
  statistically  signi�icant  (Table-5).  Th
  �igures  indicate  that  both  boy  and  g
  refugees are open to talk Turkish to their
  Turkish friends. Therefore, the situation
  school education is promising in terms of
  RS’s communication with Turkish friend.
  Relative to RS girls, RS boys are more ope
  to communicate  in Turkish with  their   s
  Turkish friends.   open to communication i
   For Turkish  students,  the case is  the
  opposite and is not promising. Relative to
  Turkish boys, Turkish girls are more open
  to communicate with her refugee friends
  and the percentage of Turkish girls  who
  always speak Turkish  with her refugee   w
  friends is only 49% (Table-6) which is mor
  less  than the percentage of  RS girls  wh
    Refugee Students   Girls       Boys
   How often do you    Always   27%   <   33
   play games with your    Sometimes   36%
   Turkish friends?   >
      Rarely   37%   26%
    Table – 7: Refugee students’ playing fre
    Turkish Students   Girls       Boys
   How often do you    Always   17%   ≈   19
   play games with your    Sometimes   37%
   refugee friends?   Rarely   46%   >   41%
     Table – 8: Turkish students’ playing fr
    (Note: The sign ≈ means that the differe
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