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  1. Monitoring of reading comprehension across L1, L2, and L3: Domain-general or language-specific? Maybe both!

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

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  3. How the errors we make help us learn a second language

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  4. Case marking and word order differences do not hinder sharing of syntax across languages

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  5. Brain waves reveal what happens when immigrants begin to lose their mother tongue

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  6. Mixing or not mixing languages when learning novel objects doesn't change memory-related neural patterns

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  7. English teachers perceive plurilingual instruction as more beneficial than English-only

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  8. Developing the pragmatics of compliment responses: The case of language learners of English

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  9. Mastering a second language without forgetting your first

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  10. Individual differences in complexity of first language writing are associated with complexity of second language writing

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