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    Boris Shekhtman, Betty Lou Leaver, and Madeline Ehrman (2004). Questions Typically Asked by Students in Level 4 Classrooms. In Teaching and Learning to Near-Native Levels of language Proficiency: Proceeding of the Spring and Fall Conferences of the Coalition of Distinguished Language Centers. (Betty Lou Leaver and Boris Shekhtman, Eds.) MSI Press. (73-90)

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    Benjamin Rifkin with Betty Leaver and Boris Shekhtman (2004). Apples and Oranges Are Both Fruit, But They Don’t Taste the Same: A Response to Wynne Wong and Bill Van Patten. Foreign Language Annals 37.1 (125-132)

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    Boris Shekhtman (2005). The Superior-Level Student’s Relationship to the Learning Process. ASTR Letter 32, 2 (1-2, 17)

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    Leaver, B. L., Ehrman, M., and Shekhtman, B. (2005). Achieving success in second language acquisition. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

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    Boris Shekhtman and Svetlana Sibrina (2005). Native Speech Imitation as a Basic Approach to Teaching Advanced Students. In Teaching and Learning to Near-Native Levels of language Proficiency II: Proceeding of the Fall Annual Conference of the Coalition of Distinguished Language Centers. (Inna Dubinsky and Richard Robin, Eds.) MSI Press. (43-46)

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