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3D of language acquisition. Neurolinguistic language coaching.

Updated: Oct 2, 2019

Are you studying English for ages?

All about talent or all about brain function?


3D language coaching

How does your brain processes languages?


Are you struggling with English communication but do not really improve?

Language learning is all about the brain and how it works. Neurolinguistics gives us interesting insights in our brain performance. Language learning occurs under certain conditions of your brain that may favor or hinder the language learning process. Further language learning is different from learning other subjects like maths or biology. Languages ask for active use and performance, using a new global identity for intercultural communication.


Globalisation and a fast paced business environment have sharpened the need of efficient and quick results for improving English business communication.

Isn´t it fantastic, our brain is plastic?


Learning, speaking and switching foreign languages is easier for children, how comes?

All depends on neuroplasticity. The brain is more plastic in our childhood. Here comes the good news for you, as doing exercise increases your muscles, learning increases your neurons. The mental gymnastics learning and improving language performance, is not only healthy, it increases our self-esteem and social capacity to integrate better in a global society. In neuroscience, neuroplasticity is the study of brain´s capacity to repair and restructure certain regions for growing and networking neurons. How does our brain mould itself when studying 2, 3 or more languages, are questions answered by neuroscience?


Here comes the good news for you, as doing exercise increases your muscles, learning increases your neurons.

What is neurolinguistics?


The Linguistic Society of America defines neurolinguistics as:

“Neurolinguistics is the study of how language is represented in the brain: that is, how and where our brains store our knowledge of the language (or languages) that we speak, understand, read, and write, what happens in our brains as we acquire that knowledge.”


Over the last decades, extensive research data could be gathered studying syntax, semantics and the processing of phonology. Due to the development of functional neuro-imaging investigating healthy and affected brains in response to diverse linguistic stimuli, studying blood flux and electrical activity etc. Brain mapping for languages has become possible giving insight into the activation of areas in the brain.


Neurolinguistics is the study of how language is represented in the brain.

What makes learning more efficient?


Efficacy in learning is conditioned by the focus on defined goals able to achieve. The learners needs are the foundation of the house you build together with your neuro-linguistic language coach. Then mapping out a personalised path to proficiency for global business affairs is the learning journey you are travelling on. Globalisation and a fast paced business environment have sharpened the need of efficient and quick results for improving English business communication. Impact Language coaching is the solution.


Then mapping out a personalised path to proficiency for global business affairs is the learning journey you are travelling on.

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COMMON MISTAKE, PLEASE NOTE

All depends on your brain - The preposition "on" is compulsory before a noun.

Todo depende de tu cerebro.

Illustration by Mireia Serra @mireiacrea

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