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(2016). “Can we have a ... question?”: The Dearth of Communication Breakdowns in a Group of Hungarian EFL Learners. In: Lehmann M, Lugossy R, Horváth J (eds.) UPRT 2015: Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs: Lingua Franca Csoport, 218-234.

(2015). "This is not Good and this is not Good and this is not Good": The Task-Based Language Teaching Paradigm at the Semiperiphery? In: Annus Irén (ed.) European Encounters: Language, Culture, and Identity. Szeged: JATEPress Kiadó,  35-50.

(2014). (Re-)Shaping the task: The Unpredictability of EFL Learners’ Speaking Task Performance. In: József Horváth, Péter Medgyes (eds.) Studies in Honour of Marianne Nikolov. Pécs: Lingua Franca Csoport, 216-226.

 (2013). The link between a new language teaching technique and learners' traditional beliefs. Porta Linguarum. Granada, Spain: No. 19, 41-58.

(2011). "I would like to speak it as perfectly as possible": The potential for TBLT in Hungarian EFL. In József Horváth (Ed.). UPRT 2011: Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. Pécs: Lingua Franca Csoport, 105-118 .

(2007). A Central European Business English course: Toward a set of criteria. Romanian Journal of English Studies. Timisoara/Temesvár, Romania: Universitii de Vest, No. 4, 331-342.

(2006). The task for task-based language learning: To rethink the cognitive approach. Romanian Journal of English Studies. Timişoara/Temesvár, Romania: Universitii de Vest, No. 3, 68-79.

(2003). A surprise twist in the EFL classroom: Applying the Garden Path Technique. In Szergej Tóth (Ed.). Nyelvek és kultúrák találkozása. Szeged: SZTE JGYTF, 301-304.

(1997). Translation problems: Is a rendszerváltás untranslatable? In István Rácz (Ed.). English Studies and the curriculum. Debrecen: Kossuth University, 283-88.

(1995). Register mixing in American written discourse. In Zoltán Kövecses (Ed.). New approaches to American English. Budapest: ELTE, 125-128.
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