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boundaries. His work has important ramifications for
the development of less subjective criteria for fluency than those now found in
guiding documents such as the Common European Framework of Reference for
This volume was a pleasure to read, from beginning to end, and researchers
interested in language performance – how language is really used in spoken dis-
course – will benefit from all five articles as well as the informative introduc-
tion. I would, however, like to raise two issues deserving of more attention that
came to mind while reading the