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A Job Interview You've come to the office today for an job interview.
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Let's go to a Party You are at school when you see your friend during a break.
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Talking with your Professor Visit your professor to discuss your grades.
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Help a Coworker Your coworker asks you for assistance at the office. Can you help him?
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Going to the Hospital You are not feeling well and need to see a doctor.
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Ordering at a Restaurant You go to a nice restaurant. Can you order some food and a drink?
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Getting Internet Service You got a new apartment, but you need Internet service...
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Meeting a Classmate You meet a new classmate at school.
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Finding an Apartment Tell your friend about your new apartment.
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Setting up a Bank Account You go to your local bank to set up a new bank account.
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Improving Your English You want to improve your English skills. Any suggestions?
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Making a Hotel Reservation You want to reserve a room at a high-class hotel.
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Talking with Police You are witness to a crime. The police would like to talk with you!
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Computer Trouble Your coworker is having computer trouble. Can you help her?
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Shopping for Clothes You go shopping to buy some new clothes.
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Travel Plans You meet your friend at the travel agency.
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Negotiating a Price Can you get a deal on the car you really like?
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How about a Game? Your friend invites you to play basketball.
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What is Virtual Reality English?

Virtual Reality English is designed to help you learn to use English that feels like real life conversation.

I want to learn English, but how can this help me?

Learning to use English correctly based on the situation can be as big of challenge for ESL students as grammer, vocabulary, and pronunciation. Using English correctly in different situations requires cultural knowledge that is difficult for non-native speakers.

For ESL students, Virtual Reality English conversation practice can shed light on problem areas students would not recognize from typical English learning materials.

How do I do this?

Simply click one of the lessons and as you go along, click the answer you think is the best. Every response may be grammatically correct, but you want to choose the answer that is the most appropriate for the situation. Your goal is to complete the conversation.

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