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  1. Why CLIL in Madrid seems to favour all students, independently of their background

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  2. The extraordinary ordinary: Re-engineering multilingualism as a natural category

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  3. Foreign-accented speakers are perceived negatively because they are strangers and because they can be hard to understand

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  4. The role of crosslinguistic influence in multilingual processing: Lexicon vs. syntax

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

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  6. Medieval English multilingualisms

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  7. Creating multilingual computer models of human language

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

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

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

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