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4 The 24 target word pairs were presented on a screen at the front of the classroom using a computer presentation program. All word pairs were presented in the center of the screen. In contrast to the Spanish–English pairs where all letters were in lower case, the German nouns in the German–English pairs were capitalized in accordance with the convention of the language. The 24 target word pairs were divided in three groups of eight words. Each group of eight words was presented twice in the same order for 6 s each.

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