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Multi-Sensory Learning Strategies to Support Spelling Development: a Case Study of Second-Language Learners with Auditory Processing Difficulties

learners through visual imaging teaching strategies. Per Linguam, 26(1), 13-28. Wang, M., & Geva, E. (2003). Spelling performance of Chinese children using English as a second language: Lexical and visual-orthographic processes. Applied Psycholinguistics, 24, 1-25. Williams, J.T., & Newman, S.D. (2016). Connections between fingerspelling and print: The impact of working memory and temporal dynamics on lexical activation. Sign Language Studies, 16(2), 157-18. Wolter, J.A., Self, T., & Apel, K. (2011). Initial mental

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Review: Sandra Götz. Fluency in native and nonnative English speech

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Genetic analysis of cabbages and related cultivated plants using the bag-of-words model

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Predictors of the Czech learners’ acquisition of selected English phonemes

současné češtiny (pp. 35-64). Praha: Univerzita Karlova, Nakladatelství Karolinum. Volín, J., & Poesová, K. (2008). Temporal and spectral reduction of vowels in English weak syllables. In A. Grmelová, L. Dušková & M. Farrell (Eds.), 3rd Prague Conference on Linguistics and Literature Studies: Proceedings (pp. 18-27). Praha: Univerzita Karlova, Pedagogická fakulta. Wells, J. (2008). Longman Pronunciation Dictionary (3rd ed.). Harlow: Pearson Longman. Yamada, J., Takatsuka, S., Kotabe, N., & Kurusu, J. (1980). On the optimum age for teaching foreign

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Evaluating stance-annotated sentences from the Brexit Blog Corpus: A quantitative linguistic analysis

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Representational Systems in Zoosemiotics and Anthroposemiotics Part II: On Meta-Representation and Human Language

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Representational Systems in Zoosemiotics and Anthroposemiotics Part I: What Have the So-Called “Talking Animals” Taught Us about Human Language?

. Perceptual organization of auditory temporal patterns in European starlings ( Sturnus vulgaris ). Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics , 54(5), 567–578. [385] Chomsky, N., 1990. On formalization and formal linguistics. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory , 8(1), 143–147. [386] Lieberman, P., 2013. The unpredictable species: What makes humans unique. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. [387] Terrace, H.S., 2005. Metacognition and the evolution of language. In Terrace, H., Metcalfe, J. (Eds.), The missing link in cognition: Origins of self

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