Learn English in VR

English Language Learning in the VR

Of the 4 skills, Reading, Writing and Listening can be studied alone. Speaking cannot… until now.

VR allows for a multitude of scenarios, bringing learners into situations which instructors struggle to provide. Using voice recognition to work on speech production ensures that learners are active participants in the process. With a judgement-free, distraction-free environment, confidence is allowed to flourish. And a confident, motivated learner is a successful language student. 


Some basic features of this series include the following:

- An environment free from judgement (a truly personal experience)

- Immediate access to a variety of scenes and settings

- Voice recognition allows for vocalization and speech practice

- Learner agency and a sense of presence

- Instant feedback on pronunciation and speech

- Virtual scenarios which allow for confidence building (practice till you’ve got it!)

- 4 levels, from Foundational to Advanced

- Reading, writing and listening can be studied in isolation, but speaking practice cannot, until now


The series is based around 8 main categories, each broken down to 13 subtopics. These main categories are:

1. Daily Life

2. Work & Study

3. Traffic and Accommodations

4. Recreation and Tourism

5. Food and Drink

6. Going Shopping

7. Social Activities

8. Healthy Life

Key Elements

Some basic features of this series include the following:

  • 104 conversations (approximately 10,000 words)
  • 110 short sentences
  • 1,000 words as keywords and phrases
  • 48 pronunciation items
  • 400 vocabulary terms
  • Quiz feature (assessment)
  • Large variety of voices, characters, and ages


The first subtopic in each category is at a fundamental level, meaning that the dialogue is shorter, the words less taxing and the cognitive loading is lessened. Other lessons are at various levels, and interspersed throughout each category. These levels, and lessons, are:

  • Fundamental (8 lessons)
  • Basic (24 lessons)
  • Intermediate (48 lessons)
  • Advanced (24 lessons)

Series Editor – Dr. Andy Curtis, Ph.D.

From 2007 to 2011, Dr. Andy Curtis was the Director of the English Language Teaching Unit at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a professor in the Faculty of Education there. Prior to 2007, he was the Executive Director of the School of English at Queen’s University in Canada, and a professor at the School for International Training in the USA. He is currently teaching online within the Graduate School of Education at Anaheim University, based in California, USA. From 2015 to 2016, he served as the 50th President of TESOL International Association. In 2016, he received one of the Association’s 50-at-50 Awards, when he was voted one of the Fifty Most Influential Figures in the Field, over the last 50 years. He has published more than 100 articles, book chapters and books.

Recently, he has been identified as a ‘pioneer’ in the new field of Peace Linguistics, and has a keen interest in the efficacy of immersive learning in the area of language learning.

Our Clients

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Industry Recognition

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