Vigo International Journal of Applied Linguistics VIAL

Contents of Number 17, Year 2020:

* Attention-direction versus retrieval practice: which fosters the productive recall of German formulaic sequences best? Griet Boone and June Eyckmans. Universiteit Gent, Belgium: 9-34. Abstract

* L2 reading and vocabulary development after a short Study Abroad experience. Judith Borràs Àngels Llanes. Universitat de Lleida, Spain: 35-55. Abstract

* Does younger mean better? Age of onset, learning rate and short-term L2 proficiency in young Danish learners of English. Teresa Cadierno (1), Mikkel Hansen (2), Jørgen T. Lauridsen (1), Søren W. Eskildsen (1), Katalin Fenyvesi (1), Signe Hannibal Jensen (1) and Maria Vanessa aus der Wieschen (1). (1) University of Southern Denmark, (2) University of Paris 8, France: 57-86. Abstract

* On the translation of boundary-crossing events: Evidence from an experiment with German and Spanish translation students. Paula Cifuentes-Férez (1) and Teresa Molé (1). (1) Universidad de Murcia, (2) Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain: 87-111. Abstract

* A study of L2 vocabulary acquisition under incidental and intentional conditions. Sarah Sok (1) and ZhaoHong Han (2). (1) University of California, (2) Columbia University, U.S.A.: 113-140. Abstract

* Developing interactional repertoires in the classroom through dynamic strategic interaction scenarios. Rémi A. van Compernolle and Nuria Ballesteros Soria. Carnegie Mellon University, U.S.A.: 141-169. Abstract