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  1. Over-explicit talk
  2. Review of the book 'Culture, interaction and person reference in an Australian language' by M. Garde. Language in Society, 44(1), pp. 130-131.
  3. Problematic communication and theories of language in One Hundred Years of Solitude
  4. Introducing entities into discourse: L2 pragmatic competence and miscommunication
  5. Reference and miscommunication
  6. Digressions in academic lectures
  7. Stimulated recall
  8. Review of the book: Pragmatic variation in first and second language contexts: Methodological issues. J. CÉSAR FÉLIX-BRASDEFER & DALE A. KOIKE.
  9. A study in miscommunication analysis: Which L2 errors tend to trigger referential communication breakdowns?
  10. Error gravity: Evidence from miscommunicated L2 discourse

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