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Chen, S. & Fon, J.* (2011). Prosodic features of non-native English production. Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.

Chen, S. & Fon, J.* (2010). A corpus-based study on prosodic grouping and boundary tones in Mandarin learners’ English. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Speech Prosody, No. 100175.

Chen, S., Fon, J., & Cheung, H.* (2009). Do they read aloud in a different way? A glimpse on the prosodic features of corpus-based second language spoken English. [Abstract] The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 126(4), Pt.2, 2312.

Cheung, H., Chung, S.F., and Skoufaki, S.1 (2010) ‘Indexing second language vocabulary in the Intermediate GEPT.’ In Proceedings of the Twelfth Academic Forum on English Language Testing in Asia (Language Testing in Asia: Continuity, Innovation and Synergy), March, 5-6, 2010. Taipei: Language Training and Testing Center, pp.118-136.

Chung, S. F. (2010). Collocational Behavior of a Near-synonym Set (Watch, Look, and See) by Taiwanese EFL Learners of English: A Corpus-based Study. Presented at the English Linguistic Society of Japan (ELSJ) Third International Spring Forum, Tokyo, Japan. April 24-25.

Chung, S. F., & Wu, C. Y. (2009). Effects of topic familiarity on writing performance: A study based on GEPT Intermediate Test Materials. Paper presented at the 2009 LTTC International Conference on English Language Teaching and Testing, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. March 6-7. [Full paper appeared in conference CD Rom].

Huang, C.-R.,Cheng, W., Cheung, H., Harada, Y., Hong, H., Skoufaki, S., and Chen, H.K.Y.(2010) ‘English Learner Corpus: Global Perspectives with an Asian Focus.’ In Kao, T.-E. and Lin, Y. (eds.) A New Look at Language Teaching and Testing: English as Subject and Vehicle. Taipei: Language Training and Testing Center, pp. 85-117.

Skoufaki, S. (2009) ‘An exploratory application of Rhetorical Structure Theory to detect coherence errors in L2 English writing: possible implications for Automated Writing Evaluation software.’ International Journal of Computational Linguistics and Chinese Language Processing: Special issue in Computer Assisted Language Learning [Liu, C.L. and Gao, Z-M. (guest eds.)] 14(2), 181-203.

Skoufaki, S. (2009) ‘Formulaic language and pauses in the speech of Taiwanese learners of English.’ In Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching. Taipei: Crane, pp.190-202.

Skoufaki, S. (2009). Devising a discourse error tagging system for an English learner corpus. Paper presented at the 4th Chinese/English as a Second Language Conference on Reading and Writing Instruction, National Central University, Taiwan. May 16-17.

Wang, L. C., & Chung, S. F. (2009). *What is Happened?: A Corpus-based Analysis of L2 English. Proceedings of the 2009 International Asian Conference on Education (ACE), 24-25. Osaka, Japan.

Wu, C. Y., Cheung, H., & Gao, Z. M. (2011). A Corpus-based Study on the Adverbialization of BUT in Taiwan EFL Writing. Paper presented at Learner Corpus Research 2011, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. September 15-17.

Wu, C. Y. & Cheung, H. (2010). A corpus-based Study on Causal Conjunctions in Taiwan EFL Writing. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL 2010), University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom. September 9-11.