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  1. Methods for capturing ‘self-repair’ in computer-based L2 interactions

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  2. Peer corrective feedback during telecollaboration

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  3. Making features more noticeable: To what extent does it facilitate L2 grammar learning?

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  4. The impact of recasts and rule-based correction on L2 Chinese learners: Comparing proficiency levels and simple vs complex structures

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  5. Cross-linguistic evidence for age effects and the role of aptitude in second language learning

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  6. How to select vocabulary for more effective language teaching

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  7. Is meaningful exposure to second language grammar rules sufficient for learning to take place?

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  8. How does the language which shapes educational reform influence classroom practice?

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  9. Nonnative speakers are more tolerant of unconventional sentences and have “noisier” knowledge of acceptable expressions in a second language

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  10. Connections between reading identities and social status in early childhood

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