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  1. Aspectual contrasts in the English present tense revisited: Exploring the role of input and L1 influence

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  2. What kind of feedback is more effective: instructor feedback on free writing or automatic corrective feedback in drills?

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  3. Learners re-use the grammar of the people they are speaking with, face to face or via computer chat, and this helped learning direct questions but not indirect questions

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  4. Does direct and indirect error correction help English foreign language learners write more accurate texts in the short-term and in the long-term?

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  5. A corpus analysis of determiner usage in English quantificational expressions

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  6. What is the correct way to correct?

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  7. The relationship between grammar teaching approach and learner outcomes

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  8. How should grammar practice be sequenced to maximize learning?

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  9. A simpler task can increase the benefits of error correction for learning a grammatical feature, regardless of aptitude

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  10. The quality of teacher-students communication for improving speaking skills

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