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

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

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  4. Are first and second language similarities an advantage for second language learners?

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  5. Learning English outside the classroom: which words are easy or difficult to learn?

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  6. First language predictors of second language comprehension in different modalities

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  7. Can advanced second language learners acquire epistemic meaning of modal verbs?

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  8. Does strong vocabulary knowledge in a sign language help deaf children to read better in English?

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  9. Encouraging multiple languages in the classroom and its effects on language proficiency

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  10. Foreign language anxiety and performance

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