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  1. I’m not sure whether I’ll be able to attend the parallel session due to time lag, I’ll leave a comment below. : )
    Thank you very much for your interesting results.
    I just thought that if L2ers rely on purely orthographic information, how will be results for cross-script priming tasks.
    I mean, primes are in in Latin-script alphabet and targets are primes are in Cylliric-script alphabet.
    Primes are homophonous and synonymous plural nouns between Russian and German, e.g., loanwords of English and French origins, presented in Latin-script alphabet “~s”, and targets are in their singular form in Cylliric-script alphabet. Will the results replicate your Turkish-German study, since L2ers will stop relying on orthographic information in L2 in decomposing inflectional words?

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