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  1. 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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  2. De Engelse woordenschatkennis van kinderen: de rol van woordeigenschappen en buitenschools contact met het Engels

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  3. Fluency and multiword sequences across different levels of oral proficiency

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  4. Should second language learners be taught vocabulary in clusters of related words?

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  5. Is it better to learn how to ‘hear’ the sounds of a new language, or practice saying them?

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  6. Pre-service English teacher education in response to diverse community needs

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  7. What interactional features to teach and assess for pragmatically appropriate conversation?

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  8. The positive relationship between words known in a video and the comprehension of that video

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  9. Drawing on young children’s linguistic diversity in class can benefit motivation and learning

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  10. How giving and receiving peer feedback on L2 writing task performance influence language learners’ motivation and beliefs in their writing ability

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