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  1. A new method of teaching second language pronunciation with homework activities

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  2. Gesture may have a memory enhancing effect in the teaching of sounds in a second language

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

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

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  5. Using visual and audio information to recognize sounds in a foreign language

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  6. Pronunciation training with podcasts: perception, production, and peer evaluation

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  7. Questionable precision in language aptitude tests may hamper our understanding of individual differences in language acquisition and use

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  8. The benefit of learning from multiple voices in second language vocabulary learning

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  9. Computerized phonetic training study with adult and child (7-8 years) second language learners

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  10. Teaching reading to beginner learners of French in secondary school

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