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  1. How we predict upcoming words when we listen to a native and second language

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  2. The origin of peer feedback: They need to notice the error first

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

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  4. How do conversations on Facebook differ from face-to-face interactions?

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  5. Students as emergent leaders in small groups in the language classroom

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  6. The creative and spontaneous opportunities families have during everyday mealtimes to practise and learn their minority languages in a Swedish speaking society.

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  7. Talking about race and culture in an English for Academic Purposes classroom

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  8. Formulaic sequences and perceived oral proficiency

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  9. How the media discuss Brexit and language learning

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  10. Humorous language play in native and non-native speaker interactions

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