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  1. Oral comprehensibility and vocabulary use can be judged based on small multi-word units more than on single words

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  2. What does it mean to know a word?

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  3. Testing vocabulary knowledge

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  4. Does how much learners know about words help them guess the meaning of new words?

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  5. Should second language learners be taught vocabulary in clusters of related words?

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  6. Examining the impact of formulaic language on speech fluency

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  7. Reading comprehension: does grammar or vocabulary knowledge matter most?

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  8. Gap-fills: what reading processes do they require?

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  9. The positive relationship between words known in a video and the comprehension of that video

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  10. Drawing on young children’s linguistic diversity in class can benefit motivation and learning

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