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  1. Listening to songs and singing helped improve the pronunciation of foreign words but not meaning recall

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  2. Why do second language learners have different attitudes towards Quebec and European French?

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  3. Mandarin listeners may treat tone errors differently depending on the accent of the speaker who makes them

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  4. What do Spanish teachers think about pronunciation instruction tools and techniques?

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  5. Understanding why L2 listeners have trouble comprehending known vocabulary in speech

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

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  7. Learning to perceive the sounds of another language may not always help you produce those sounds

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

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  9. Having a good ear greatly promotes L2 phonology, vocabulary, and grammar learning in immersive settings

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  10. Sound spelling affects both pronunciation and phonological awareness in a second language

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