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"Chicken Meets on Rise": Meaning in Decline Lexical Havoc in L2 By Yvonne Stapp

Advertising and Language: The War of Words Between Copywriters and Language Purists By Joseph W. Sheperd

Building Vocabulary Knowledge with Bilingual Flash Cards (UNITEC) By Jenni Fulford

Building Vocabulary Through Prefixes, Roots & Suffixes  By William Pittman, The Internet TESL Journal, July 2003

CALL and Vocabulary Learning: A Review By Jeong-Bae Son, Journal of the English Linguistic Science Association of Korea

Comparison of Word-Formation between Chinese and English By Aiguo Wang, Asian-EFL-Journal, December 2003

Computer Assisted Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition By Peter J.M. Groot, Language Learning & Technology, May 2000

Corpus-based Lexical and Grammatical Analysis of Written Business English By Yasumasa Someya, World Congress of Applied Linguistics , August 2, 1999 

Creative Vocabulary Teaching (within the course book-led English Language Classroom) By Ian Reade, HLT Magazine, September 2000

Current Research and Practice in Teaching Vocabulary By Alan Hunt & David Beglar, The Language Teacher, January 1998

Dictionaries Usage in EFL and Learner Development By Kevin Landry, Asian-EFL-Journal, March 2003

Effects of Students' Participation in Authoring of Multimedia Materials on Student Acquistion of Vocabulary By Ofelia R. Nikolova,Language Learning & Technology, January 2002

English Loanwords in Japanese -- The Built-In Lexicon By Frank E. Daulton

Etymology and Vocabulary Development for the L2 College Student By Tom S. Bellomo, TESL-EJ, November 1999

Hands off that e-dictionary! By Glen A. Hill

How Good is Your Vocabulary Program?

How to Use the Semantic Field Keyword Approach to Build Up Vocabulary for Yourself or Learners  By John Paul Loucky, Seinan Women's University

Incorporating Interactive Vocabulary Activities into Reading Classes by Maggie Courtright and Cathy Wesolek, Forum, January - March 2000

Is Gairaigo English? (Are English Loan-words Into Japanese Really English?) By James B. Brown

Lexical Attrition of Some Arabic Speakers of English as a Foreign language: A Study of Word Loss By Hassan Al-Hazemi

Loanwords - A Pitfall for All Students By Joseph W. Sheperd

One Benefit of Monolingual Dictionaries in the Writing Classroom By Randall Martin

Potentially Confusing and Embarrassing Differences between American and British English  By David Barton

Providing Controlled Exposure to Target Vocabulary Through the Screening and Arranging of Texts By Sina Ghadirian, Language Learning & Technology, January 2002

Slang - To Learn or Not to Learn By Tim Bowen,  April 2001

Teaching Cognitive Learning Strategies and Vocabulary Testing By Joseph Rodolico, Hwa Kang Journal of TEFL, May 2002

Teaching Vocabulary To Advanced Students: A Lexical Approach By Solange Moras (1999)

Teaching vocabulary using short texts By Scott Thornbury, Asian-EFL-Journal, December 2003

The Effect of Multimedia Annotation Modes on L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: A Comparative Study By Khalid Al-Seghayer, Language Language & Technology, January 2001

The Effectiveness of Learning Vocabulary Through Games By Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen & Khuat Thi Thu Nga, Asian-EFL-Journal, Dec. 2003

The role of the first language in foreign language learning By Paul Nation, Asian-EFL-Journal, June 2003

Translation Impossibilities: Problems and Opportunities for TEFL  By Costas Gabrielatos

Use/Misuse of Loan-words in the English Language in Japan By Andrea Simon-Maeda

Using Goals and Feedback to Improve Student Performance on Vocabulary Homework By Dale T. Griffee, The Language Teacher Online, July, 1997

Using the Lexical Approach for the Acquisition of ESP Vocabulary By Galina Kavaliauskienė and Violeta Janulevičienė

Visible Or Invisible Links: Does the Highlighting of Hyperlinks Affect Incidental Vocabulary ... By Isabelle De Ridder, Language Learning & Technology, January 2002

Vocabulary Instruction through Hypertext: Are There Advantages By Shira Koren, TESL-EJ, June 1999

Why Shouldn't Monolingual Dictionaries be as easy to use as Bilingual or Semi-Bilingual ones? By Philip Scholfield, Longman Language Review, Issue Number Two