Business English – Special Offer

Business English Classes – Special Offer


When it comes to learning English as a second language, Business English classes are much different to other forms of learning.

Firstly, it is usually adults that learn it, as they may need it for their work, post-graduate studies, or to improve their job prospects.

Secondly, learning Business English is not about getting a grade, or a certificate. The final test is to demonstrate a good command of the language when you use it in real-life situations that may be crucial for good business relationships.

All of our teachers are native English speakers, qualified and experienced in teaching English as a second language, and also have extensive experience in business and other areas of expertise. This gives you the chance to practice your English during deep and meaningful discussions on all aspects of business, to help you build your experience for when you really need it.

Register now for a free assessment, free trial lesson, and if you wish to continue, get 30% discount off your first Business English course.

(Use coupon code AUTUMN30)

Exam Preparation for IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL

Do you want to work or study abroad? Do you need to pass an English test such as IELTS, TOEIC or TOEFL? Our English Exam Preparation classes will boost your confidence, increase your chances of a good test score, and give you a deep and meaningful understanding of English.

It may feel good to get a certificate that allows you to study or work abroad, but unless you can actually use the language well, you will need to work much harder to complete your major or succeed in your new position.

Don’t just learn how to pass the test. Learn the language, and the test will be easy.

Register now and save 30% on all Exam Prep classes during June. (Enter coupon code DRAGON30 at checkout).

Interview Preparation Tips

Don’t feel like this at your next interview. Follow these interview preparation tips:

1. Make sure you know exactly how to get to the interview location.
2. Work out your route and plan to arrive in the vicinity in good time to allow for any unexpected delays (I recommend an hour before. Find a cafe nearby and try to relax. Read through your notes/CV). This will prevent any unnecessary panic and worry about missing it or being late.
3. Drink plenty of water the day before to stay hydrated.
4. Don’t stay up all night preparing. Your brain will not function well if you are tired. Go to bed early and get as much sleep as you can.
5. Have a good breakfast.
6. Dress smart and appropriately.
7. Make sure that you are confident about everything in your CV and be prepared to discuss in detail.
8. Make sure you can confidently give good responses to the common questions (you can find them in the web).
9. Remember, the interview starts from the moment you wake up, until after you have left the building. Get your mind in the zone and you never know who is watching you on a camera.
10. Be confident and don’t fidget when you are waiting to go in.

The best way to prepare is to have a mock interview. This is a service that we provide. Contact us now to arrange yours.

Speaking with a ‘native’.

As an English learner, how do you feel during a conversation with a native speaker? Which dog reflects your feelings? Vote now!

1. Don’t assume it is your fault if you don’t understand what the other person is saying, even if they are a native speaker.

2. There are hundreds of different accents and dialects within some countries, that even those speaking the ‘same’ language may find difficult to understand.

3. Perhaps the other person speaks quickly or quietly, or you may be in a noisy environment that makes it difficult to hear clearly.

4. Don’t be afraid to ask the other person to repeat what they said. You usually find that they will naturally slow down, speak louder, and may even soften their accent.

5. Be confident and don’t be afraid of making mistakes. You will learn from them.

Welcome to Interview English


Welcome to Interview English. After a long, successful and varied career in aviation, engineering, training, management and business, I settled in Asia, where I found an opportunity to teach and develop Aviation English. I had the background in aviation but at that time was not qualified to teach English as a foreign language (TEFL). Once qualified, I gained experience teaching for one of the world’s largest online English schools, and after a short time, I was lucky to be ranked by the students as one of the most popular teachers. I had discovered my passion for teaching.

I had the privilege of teaching many amazing people from a cross section of society, including young children to high school and college graduates, government officials, professors, doctors, lawyers, bankers, pilots, engineers, business managers, and more. Students seemed to enjoy my teaching methods, regardless of their age, gender, academic level, or status. I often asked myself why? And, sometimes students would let me know. The key seemed to be that they enjoyed my classes. They said they felt relaxed, and that they learned much more than just English.

I believe it is important to build a good teacher student relationship and to understand the learning styles and the needs of every student before you can adapt to the most appropriate teaching style. It is important for a teacher to give the student their full attention during a class, and most importantly to make it an enjoyable experience. We all learn more when we are doing something we like.

I started Interview English Ltd. with the aim of providing a professional service to professional people, to the highest standards in teaching, materials and customer service. All teachers that work with us must be Native-English Speakers, and they should also have experience in their specialist fields such as engineering, business etc. This ensures that the students can achieve a more deep and meaningful understanding of the English language associated with their profession.

Our interview coaching and mock interview services have helped many people towards getting their dream position, and it is immensely satisfying to us when we receive personal messages of thanks from our students.

Thank you to all of our students who have helped us to get this far, and we look forward to welcoming all new students to our learning community.

Mick Turner

Founder – Interview English