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Table 4 Distractor analyses

From: Developing a test of L2 Chinese pragmatic comprehension ability

  Correct response Distractor type A Distractor type B Distractor type C
Linguistic (Lin, k = 13)     
 CSL-1 (n = 36) 48.50% 23.93% 5.56% 22.01%
 CSL-2 (n = 24) 65.38% 16.98% 6.09% 11.54%
 CSL-3&4 (n = 38) 72.67% 12.75% 5.06% 9.51%
 Total (N = 98) 63.34% 18.21% 5.65% 14.84%
 Average logit (N = 98) 1.99 0.70 0.62 0.31
Discourse (Dis, k = 13)     
 CSL-1 (n = 36) 72.22% 17.09% 4.27% 6.41%
 CSL-2 (n = 24) 82.05% 9.29% 5.13% 3.53%
 CSL-3&4 (n = 38) 89.68% 6.28% 2.63% 1.42%
 Total (N = 98) 81.40% 10.99% 3.84% 3.77%
 Average logit (N = 98) 1.82 0.58 − 0.24 0.13
Non-conventional (Non, k = 13)     
 CSL-1 (n = 36) 63.03% 17.74% 8.97% 10.26%
 CSL-2 (n = 24) 74.68% 15.06% 5.45% 4.81%
 CSL-3&4 (n = 38) 84.61% 8.50% 3.44% 3.44%
 Total (N = 98) 74.25% 13.50% 5.96% 6.28%
 Average logit (N = 98) 1.91 0.38 0.23 0.02
All items (k = 39)     
 CSL-1 (n = 36) 61.25% 19.59% 6.27% 12.89%
 CSL-2 (n = 24) 74.04% 13.78% 5.56% 6.62%
 CSL-3&4 (n = 38) 82.32% 9.18% 3.71% 4.79%
 Total (N = 98) 72.55% 14.13% 5.10% 8.21%
 Average logit (N = 98) 1.93 0.53 0.14 0.05
  1. Type A an incorrect answer containing words/phrases from the last turn, Type B an incorrect answer based on the meaning of the entire dialog, Type C an incorrect answer with opposite interpretation