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  1. Learning to produce Mandarin Chinese tones as a non-native speaker

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  2. Is it better to learn how to ‘hear’ the sounds of a new language, or practice saying them?

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  3. Using visual and audio information to recognize sounds in a foreign language

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  4. English language teachers’ beliefs and concerns about pronunciation teaching in Uruguay

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  5. Can computers be trained to mark second language speaking exams?

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  6. Enhanced second language vocabulary learning by training unfamiliar sound contrasts

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  7. Key features for successful second language speech

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  8. How to distribute study/practice time to optimize foreign language learning and retention?

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  9. The effect of international accents on listening comprehension tests

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  10. Pronunciation training with podcasts: perception, production, and peer evaluation

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