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  1. The effect of hands-on and hands-off data-driven learning on low intermediate learners’ verb-noun collocations

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  2. The origin of peer feedback: They need to notice the error first

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  3. Using eye-tracking to examine the role of first and second language glosses

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  4. The long-term benefits of making the simple change from non-cumulative to cumulative weekly vocabulary quizzes

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  5. Teaching formulaic sequences through motivational strategies and mental imagery

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  6. Do L2 vocabulary proficiency, working memory, and strategy use influence L2 learning in the DDL-task?

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  7. How can teachers best support second language vocabulary learning through listening?

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  8. How do Chinese L2 learners infer the meaning of Chinese compound words?

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  9. You can learn foreign words better when they are similar to the words in your first language even if you aren’t taught about the similarity

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  10. Explicit instruction in L2 collocations

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