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The Journal of Ludovít Štúr Institute of Linguistics, SAV
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Spectral Characteristics of Schwa in Czech Accented English

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Fluctuations in Learners’ Willingness to Communicate During Communicative Task Performance: Conditions and Tendencies

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Annotation of the Evaluative Language in a Dependency Treebank

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Establishing the Fluency Gap Between Native and Non-Native-Speech

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Perception of Fa by non-native listeners in a study abroad context

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Interlocutors-Related and Hearer-Specific Causes of Misunderstanding: Processing Strategy, Confirmation Bias and Weak Vigilance

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On the Development of an Interdisciplinary Annotation and Classification System for Language Varieties – Challenges and Solutions

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Phonetic Notation in Foreign Language Teaching and Learning: Potential Advantages and Learners’ Views

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Learner Perspective on English Pronunciation Teaching in an EFL Context

Lecumberri 1999. The Acquisition of English Pronunciation: Learners‘ Views. The International Journal of Applied Linguistics 9 (1), 3-17. Cunningham, U. 2009. Models and Targets for Pronunciation of English in Vietnam and Sweden. Research in Language 7 (1), 113-128. Cunningsworth, A. 1984. Evaluating and selecting EFL teaching materials. London: Heineman Educational Books. Dalton-Puffer, C., G. Kaltenboeck & U. Smit 1997. Learner Attitudes and L2 Pronunciation in Austria. World Englishes 16, 115

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