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  1. Is English grammar taught the same way in Sweden, Austria, and France?

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  2. From pedagogical input to learner output: Conditionals in textbooks and learner writing

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  3. Effects of ‘noticing’ experiments depend on ‘what’ and ‘who’ were investigated

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  4. The optimal time to provide corrective feedback: Immediate or delayed?

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  5. How fast can you listen? Processing speed and automaticity in L2 listening

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  6. Teaching English argument structure constructions to EFL learners

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  7. The importance of explicit learning in the primary foreign language classroom

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  8. Method of instruction has the potential to level differences in aptitude between learners

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  9. The usefulness of captioned video in the learning of second language vocabulary and grammar

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  10. What do Vietnamese primary EFL teachers think about and actually do with their students’ spoken errors?

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