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This article investigates the critical function of neurolinguistics in English language education. Neurolinguistics, the multidisciplinary study of the link between language and the brain, is gaining popularity due to its potential to improve language education. The paper dives into the neurological bases of language learning and processing, emphasising how a better knowledge of these mechanisms may guide and enhance English language teaching approaches. The article highlights the practical uses of neurolinguistics in building successful language learning settings, adapting instructional tactics, and encouraging greater language competency among learners through synthesising pertinent research results.
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