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  1. The effect of hands-on and hands-off data-driven learning on low intermediate learners’ verb-noun collocations

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  2. Can meditation improve language learning?

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  3. Starting to learn a foreign language early does not necessarily have long-term benefits

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  4. Optimizing learners’ task performance using pre-task planning and task repetition

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  5. Using eye-tracking to examine the role of first and second language glosses

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  6. Interleaved (mixed) grammar practice can assist learners with weaker working memory

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  7. The long-term benefits of making the simple change from non-cumulative to cumulative weekly vocabulary quizzes

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

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

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  10. The importance of including internal short vowel diacritics for the learning of Arabic as a foreign/second language

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