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The Editor, Publishers, and Board of Language Teaching would like to thank the following readers who have generously assisted with their time and expertise reviewing manuscripts in the preparation of volume 50. Reviewers are absolutely critical to the functioning of any peer reviewed journal, and we are very much in their debt.

The Editor, Publishers, and Board of Language Teaching would like to thank the following readers who have generously assisted with their time and expertise reviewing manuscripts in the preparation of volume 50. Reviewers are absolutely critical to the functioning of any peer reviewed journal, and we are very much in their debt.

Abdel Latif, Muhammad

Barkhuizen, Gary

Bokhorst-Heng, Wendy

Bolton, Kingsley

Brown, JD

Bygate, Martin

Byrnes, Heidi

Cárdenas-Claros, Mónica S.

Chambers, Angela

Chambers, Gary

Charles, Maggie

Chen, Zan

Cobb, Thomas

Conroy, Mark

Derwing, Tracey

Dörnyei, Zoltán

Doughty, Cathy

Flowerdew, Lynne

Foster, Pauline

Gao, Andy

Goh, Christine

Granena, Gisela

Gray, John

Grey, Sarah

Grgurovic, Maja

Heller, Monica

Holborow, Marnie

Housen, Alex

Hubbard, Phil

Hummel, Kirsten

Jenkins, Jennifer

Kang, Okim

Knoch, Ute

Kosonen, Kimmo

Kubanyiova, Maggie

Levis, John

Li, Shaofeng

Long, Michael

Macalister, John

Morgan-Short, Kara

Nakatani, Yasuo

O'Regan, John

Palfreyman, David

Park, Joseph Sung-Yul

Pérez Vidal, Carmen

Pérez-Paredes, Pascual

Ranta, Leila

Robinson, Peter

Sachs, Rebecca

Saito, Kazuya

Sharwood-Smith, Mike

Shehadeh, Ali

Siegel, Joseph

Simpson, Andrew

Singleton, David

Thomson, Ron

Trofimovich, Pavel

Vanderplank, Robert

Voller, Peter

Williams, John