Welcome to the program!

You have just taken your first step towards speaking English fluently and confidently.

What are the major challenges in learning a foreign language?

Number 1

You can learn and know a lot of words.
It is easy, anybody can do that, but you still won't speak the language.

Number 2

You can buy books that are trying to teach you the language.
These books usually fall in two categories:
The first category is the ones that are written by native English speakers, who are trying to teach you the language, but most of them have never learnt a foreign language, so they don't understand your challenges or the differences between English and your language. These differences have to be pointed out and clarified. On the top of that, in these books there isn't a single word written in your language, so they don't provide easy to understand explanations, or translation of texts and words.
The second category is the books that are written by a nation's English language teachers. They have learnt English just like you and the level and the correctness of their knowledge is questionable most of the time.

Number 3

You can sign up to a language course, where you start learning from the basics.
There will be books in two languages, there will be sets of words that you have to learn at every class, there will be a teacher to provide explanation on the subjects, but the problems are still the same as above, with an added minor detail, they cost a lot more than any of the other options.
The teachers' English is going to be really easy to understand, because most of them are not native English speakers, their background is the same as yours, so their accent is the same as yours.
These courses also have a very high tendency not to get to the end of the provided materials, which means that you get to about  the 3/4 of your provided learning material, the six-week-course is over and your teacher says "Good Bye" to you. In these cases you find yourself wondering: "Should I sign up to the next level? We didn't finish the learning material fully, so will I understand what's being taught there?" After being a bit disappointed in how it all ended, most people decide to start it from the basics again at another language school that is using a brand new ground-breaking method that guarantees you to speak fluent English in just a few months. Do you know what? It is still not going to happen. You still won't speak or understand the language. How many people do you know who have done multiple courses with big promises and they were always re-learning the basics many times and their knowledge is still at the same level after years of studying and wasting a lot of money?


This program is designed to overcome such problems that we are all very familiar with.

Our team is based in Australia, amongst us we have many native English speakers from different countries, combined we have decades of experience of teaching and learning different languages using different methods. We use all that experience and the best combination of those methods to help you learn the language easily and speak it confidently.

 

How long?

Unlike others, we cannot promise you that you will be a native speaker in a few weeks. If you start learning from the very basics, you might take more time to understand a subject. You might spend more time to do research on a subject that you are not fully confident with, as opposed to someone who has gone through different courses, learnt a bit here and a bit there, and is able to progress a lot faster than a beginner.

There is no pressure. Everybody can do it in their own pace.

 

What's in it?

The material covers all the subjects that you need to know to be able to communicate in English confidently. In fact, this material would be about 250 pages in a printed format, so there is a lot to learn.

The text contains easy to understand explanation of the grammatical rules supported by relevant examples. Every single sentence in the program has been translated into your language.

There are hours of audio provided by native speakers in different accents, so you don't have to make excuses like "I didn't understand what he said, because he had an American accent and I have learnt British English". We have also included an Indian-English accent, because in the English speaking countries there is a very high probability that when you need to call your bank, your phone service or internet provider, you will speak to someone in a call centre in India. Not only for beginners, but even for native English speakers it can be difficult to understand someone in an offshore call centre.

We have built in a voice recorder for you, because listening to your own pronunciation and comparing it with a native speaker is the best way to improve your accent.

We are not asking you to leave your language course, or to stop doing what you are doing to learn the language if you are happy with that method. The program is designed to start teaching you from the basics without any external help, or you can use it as a useful and valuable tool that adds the missing parts to your existing learning process, including preparation for a language exam like IELTS or TOEIC.

One day, in a real situation, you will have to use what you have learnt here. You will have to talk to a native speaker and you will be supposed to understand what the person says. Don't worry, you will do fine in both cases. The main thing is that even if you don't know how to say something correctly, just say it the way you can. If they want to understand you, they always will. If you are not saying anything, nobody can understand you.

 

What else?

We have provided all the right tools for you to learn the best and easiest way you can. There is only one thing missing, and that is YOU. You have to find the time to spend studying. Try to implement your study time in your regular daily routine. Doing it only once a week won't take you anywhere. A part of your brain, which is responsible for learning a new language, is developing as you go, so the more you use it the easier it gets to learn. Just as a practice, always try to think how you would say something in English. That way you can practice what you have learnt and you will also find out what you still don't know. You can do it anywhere, anytime, unless you have to focus on something else. The bottom line is that you still have to make the effort yourself to learn the language.