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  1. Understanding others’ intentions supports the learning of adjective meanings

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  2. Foreign speech sounds in adulthood: Learning from exposure seems easier when guided by similarities to the native language

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  3. In an artificial language, some language-context associations are harder to learn than others

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  4. How do differences in memory affect grammar and vocabulary learning under immersion conditions?

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

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

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  7. The effects of written and spoken input on developing L2 grammar knowledge

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  8. Is it possible to learn a grammar rule in a new language without being consciously aware of it?

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  9. What comes after explicit rule learning? Automatizing second language grammar

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  10. Comparing explicit and implicit second language grammar teaching using an artificial language

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