The yearbook of the European Second Language Association. The theoretical perspectives adopted are wide ranging and may fall within traditions overlooked elsewhere. The studies presented are largely multi-lingual and cross-cultural, as befits the make up of modern-day Europe.
1. A Message from EUROSLA President (by Singleton, David); 2. Acknowledgments; 3. Introduction; 4. Articles; 5. Passive vocabulary size and speed of meaning recognition: Are they related? (by Laufer, Batia); 6. The acquisition of word meanings while reading in English as a foreign language (by Chodkiewicz, Halina); 7. The use of colloquial words in advanced French interlanguage (by Dewaele, Jean-Marc); 8. The interrelationship between vocabulary acquisition theory and general SLA research (by Haastrup, Kirsten); 9. Input filters in second language acquisition (by Lightbown, Patsy M.); 10. Factors affecting the success of corrective feedback (by Havranek, Gertraud); 11. The effects of study abroad on the L2 learner's structural skills: Evidence from advanced learners of French (by Howard, Martin); 12. Against an L2 morphological deficit as an explanation for the differences between native and non-native grammars (by Franceschina, Florencia); 13. L1 effects on the processing of grammatical gender in L2 (by Sabourin, Laura L.); 14. The acquisition of French by German pre-school children: An empirical investigation of gender assignment and gender agreement (by Mohring, Anja); 15. Short and mid-term effects of an earlier start: An analysis of EFL written production (by Celaya, M. Luz); 16. Motivation and attitudes towards L2: Some effects of age and instruction (by Munoz, Carmen); 17. Text organisation in Italian L2 learning varieties (by Ferraris, Stefania); 18. Constructing social identitites and discourse through repair activities (by Masats, Dolors); 19. The effect of metacognitive strategy training on reading comprehension and metacognitive knowledge (by Kusiak, Monika); 20. Reinventing the native speaker: or 'What you never wanted to know about the native speaker so never dared to ask.' (by Escudero, Paola); 21. Index