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This paper is a systematic review of research investigating help options in the different language skills in computer-assisted language learning (CALL). In this review, emerging themes along with issues affecting help option research are identified and discussed. We argue that help options in CALL are application resources that do not only seem to assist second language learners in performing tasks but also to support language learning. We also argue that in addition to situating help optionsdoi:10.11139/cj.27.1.69-90 fatcat:pib62opuzbhptn6uliniqjikuy