Accredited & Accelerated English Learning Online Course by IEU!

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  • Valid from 10 May – 10 July 2019 
  • Redemption period: 2 months from deal’s start date
  • Limit 1 voucher per person
  • Course content available for 12 months after purchasing
  • May buy multiple vouchers as gifts
  • Vouchers not redeemed by 8 July 2019 will NOT be refunded
  • From the moment you start your course you’ll have 45 days to complete it. You can get an extension if you need more time
  • Students will recieve a Certificate of Completion from the International English University recognised by many global corporations 
  • In order to be eligible for the certificate you need to successfully complete the course and pass each course module
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  • Compatible – Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, Android)
  • You’ll get access to detailed video tutorials, practical examples and useful tips
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  • The program from International English University(IEU) combines university education standards and cutting-edge training methods and enables students to learn English 2 times faster than with traditional learning programs thanks to Neurocognitive Linguistic Predisposition (NCLP Activator) and Practiced Spaced Repetition Method (PSR).
  • The program entails proprietary methods and a unique platform to enable your natural learning style to come through, including specially developed training algorithms.
  • The NCLP Activator (neurocognitive linguistic predisposition) taps your natural-born ability to learn a language ina  similar way that you learned your native language. 
  • The PSR method (practised spaced repetition) embeds the language deeply so it becomes part of you and not lost between sessions with the PIN wiring algorithm (Practice Intuitively In Novel Ways). The program reminds you language phrases and structures when you would normally forget them and thanks to this the learning materials stays in your memory much longer.
  • Courses at IEU has been developed in cooperation with The British Language Centre which is a leading Adult Language Education Centre with multiple facilities, and an official English
    Language Testing Centre for London’s Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Trinity College
    London, and Pearson, the largest educational company in the world, which is part of the
    Financial Times Group.

Benefits of this course: 

- Helps with getting an International corporation job;
- You can travel stress-free;
- You can obtain English language knowledge necessary to study abroad;
- Helps with getting English proficiency necessary for a British, American or Australian Visa. 

  • Buying the course and planning to move? No problem! You can access the course from anywhere in the world
  • You’ll be assessed as you progress throughout the course and you can easily track your progress and marks in your user area
  • You can buy the course now but start the course anytime within the one year period
  • We all have a busy life and we get it. You can study anytime you wish: late in the evening, weekends – whatever suits you better
  • You’ll get access to detailed video tutorials, practical examples and really useful tips

See below for course outline!

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Course Modules:

 Level 1:

  • numbers
  • alphabet
  • definite and indefinite articles
  • basic vocabulary in various categories
  • basic grammar rules
  • vocabulary of greetings, introductions, personal questions
  • countable and uncountable nouns
  • the verb “to be”
  • names of countries and continents
  • possessive pronouns
  • the use of “have got”
  • this/that – these/those
  • make/do
  • modal verbs
  • ordinal numbers
  • adverbs of time
  • the Present Simple Tense
  • the use of “would like”
  • the use of “there is/there are”
  • adverbs of frequency
  • speak in a restaurant or a cafe
  • introduce yourself and ask for basic personal information
  • have a conversation in English
  • ask and talk about occupations
  • describe the physical appearance and personalities of people
  • talk about your family and occupation and about the families and occupations of other people
  • talk about the origin, age, physical appearance and personalities of other people
  • express your feelings/attitude towards people/things
  • talk about yourself
  • ask and give the time, days of the week, dates
  • talk about your habits and hobbies
  • invite someone for a coffee or drink

Level 2:

  • the past form of the verb “to be”
  • the Simple Past Tense
  • more vocabulary related to home and home furnishings
  • adverbs of place
  • the past tense of verbs
  • definition of dates/points in time
  • use of everyday expressions
  • synonyms and antonyms
  • informal letter writing
  • the Present Continuous Tense
  • vocabulary used during domestic and international trips
  • conjunctions
  • adjectives – gradation, comparisons
  • countable and uncountable nouns
  • construction “be going to”
  • the Present Perfect Tense
  • the past participle of verbs
  • questions and proposals
  • infinitive and gerund
  • the use of “what like”
  • directions, distances, location
  • describe your own home and ask about the furnishings of homes/hotels/offices
  • ask about and define the location of people/things
  • talk about events/activities
  • talk about the weather
  • give detailed dates and times of events
  • Write various informal letters
  • speak English at the airport/railway station and at a travel agency
  • write simple stories
  • compare people/things
  • describe your own plans/intentions
  • shop in many kinds of stores
  • communicate at a doctor’s office
  • propose solutions to problems
  • talk about physical well-being and about health problems
  • offer, accept and reject proposals
  • fill out forms at various offices
  • show the way and ask for directions or location


Level 3:

  • personal questions
  • special section about social meetings
  • pronouns, prepositions
  • “have/have got” – common features and differences
  • special section about methods of payment (cash, credit cards, cheques, etc.)
  • the Past Continuous Tense
  • differences between Present Simple/Present Continuous
  • differences between Simple Past/Past Continuous
  • differences between Simple Past/Present Perfect
  • differences between Present Simple/Present Perfect
  • question tags
  • confirming and negating
  • phrasal verbs
  • Conditional I (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
  • verb patterns
  • the Present Perfect Continuous
  • various forms of Present Perfect Simple and Present Perfect Continuous
  • communicate during informal social meetings
  • talk about interests, hobbies and ways of spending leisure time
  • write a post card to a friend
  • shop in many kinds of stores
  • write emails and faxes


Level 4:

  • accepting and rejecting proposals
  • writing letters and about their structure
  • additional modal verbs
  • short answers
  • more about The Future Simple Tense
  • Conditional II (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
  • various forms of will/going to
  • means of transport
  • the use of “used to”
  • the passive voice
  • the Past Perfect verb form
  • “have something done”, “get something done”
  • subject and Object questions
  • open/closed questions, use of various interrogative pronouns (Wh- words and how)
  • write all types of informal letters
  • propose, discuss and persuade
  • write formal letters, make complaints, etc.
  • apply for a job
  • communicate at the airport, railway station, on a ferry
  • communicate in a hotel
  • talk about advantages and disadvantages
  • talk about past and current habits
  • express your own opinion/ disagree with other people’s opinions
  • write a composition and a memo
  • give orders and recommendations
  • write summaries of books/conferences/events/business meetings
  • speak English on the phone

Level 5:

  • the passive voice (more information about the use of additional verb forms)
  • types of sports disciplines, interests, hobbies
  • review of all verb forms
  • the passive voice and its use in various tenses and grammatical forms
  • money, currency, fractions, percentages, numbers, data
  • modal verbs; various forms
  • relative clauses
  • review of past tense forms
  • means of transport; continued
  • various forms of the past tense
  • time clauses
  • all types of conditional sentences: 0, I, II, III (conditional sentences, conditional mood)
  • adverbs
  • detailed discussion of conjunctions
  • talk about various interests and hobbies
  • write formal and informal letters; differences
  • lodge a complaint
  • count in English, convert currencies, give data, dates, etc.
  • write stories
  • ask for things, give orders, propose in English
  • write private and business emails and faxes
  • handle complex phone calls in English
  • apply for a job


Level 6:


  • Various forms of perfect tenses
  • zodiac signs
  • question tags: variations and exceptions
  • the sequence of tenses
  • special section – shopping
  • special section – staying at a hotel
  • special section – at the doctor’s office
  • give a detailed description of physical appearance, personality and other features
  • communicate in restaurants and bars
  • talk about eating preferences and ask about them
  • shop in many kinds of stores
  • communicate in public institutions, such as the post office, hospital, police station
  • communicate at the cinema or theatre
  • talk in English-speaking pubs
  • book a hotel room and communicate in a hotel
  • communicate at a doctor’s office