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  1. Taking your turn in dialogues: Speaking too soon or too late can change how fluency is perceived

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  2. Foreign-accented speakers are perceived negatively because they are strangers and because they can be hard to understand

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

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  4. Mastering a second language without forgetting your first

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  5. Figured worlds in digital storytelling and transnational communications

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  6. Exploring Spanish and English academic language skills that support reading comprehension

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  7. Learning to produce Mandarin Chinese tones as a non-native speaker

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  8. Gap-fills: what reading processes do they require?

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

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  10. To what extent do information gap tasks do what they were designed to do?

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