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Journal Title: Applied Linguistics
Volume/Issue:   34 / 4
Date: 30/09/2013
Table of Contents: ‘Use the active voice whenever possible’: The Impact of Style Guidelines in Medical Journals
Neil Millar, Brian Budgell, and Keith Fuller

Korean EFL Learners’ Indefinite Article Use with Four Types of Abstract Nouns
Grace Lee Amuzie and Patti Spinner

The Effect of Language Learning Aptitude, Strategy Use and Learning Context on L2 Pronunciation Learning
Wendy Baker Smemoe and Naomi Haslam

Lexical Coverage in L1 and L2 Listening Comprehension: The Same or Different from Reading Comprehension?
Hilde van Zeeland and Norbert Schmitt

Scraping the Barrel with a Shower of Social Misfits: Everyday Creativity in Text Messaging
Caroline Tagg

Beyond Strategy Choice: A Reply to Al-Gahtani and Roever
Tim Hassall

Notes on Contributors
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Subject Language(s): Korean
LL Issue: 24.3907