In the leaner-centered curriculum, learners are viewed as the center of the learning-teaching process. Therefore, the choices of what and how to teach are more than ever needed to be made with reference to learners and their expectations. This book addresses EFL learners'' voices in English classes and the extent of their teachers'' awareness and accommodation of those voices. Moreover, it examines whether language learning preferences of EFL learners differ across gender and proficiency. The research findings in this respect contribute to the present body of knowledge advocating a learning-centered approach to materials, syllabus design, and language teaching. This book provides some indications of a learner pathway towards more interactive student-centered activities as they move up through the language levels. Studying this book is expected to raise teachers'' awareness of their learners'' expectations and wants and through reflecting on their own classes, they can see the rate of correspondence between their beliefs and practices with those of their learners.