20 years ago, I was 20 years old, a young Egyptian student who majored in English linguistics & translation and graduated with a distinguished degree after a four-year learning journey that greatly portrayed my character traits. I had been working as an English instructor teaching British as well as American curriculum for all CEFR levels. Designing ESP courses for different age groups…… *** Please Login To View ***

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  • Samar Attia Ebrahim Khalil

    As a pioneer in Egypt, I try to pave the way for the Neurolanguage Coaching® approach to change and shift the methodology of learning languages. I try to spread the awareness of the positive impact of neuroscience and coaching tools on the learning process. We have a lot of work to be done. So, wish us a fruitful future.