The reason why the English conversation teaching material “Speed ​​Learning”, which is familiar to Ryo Ishikawa, was closed is “Various circumstances”: J-CAST News[Full text display]

“You can learn English conversation by listening to it from 5 minutes each time.”

Surprising voices are spreading online, saying that the monthly English conversation teaching material “Speed ​​Learning” has been discontinued.

The service has placed many advertisements in newspapers, television and radio. It is also known that professional golfer Ryo Ishikawa and actress Ryoko Yonekura have been appointed as loyal users.

  • From the Espritline official website

  • From the official website of Espritline, archived on May 12, 2020

    From the official website of Espritline, archived on May 12, 2020

  • From the Espritline official website
  • From the official website of Espritline, archived on May 12, 2020

Released from 1989

Speed ​​learning is a flat-rate learning program starting from 3800 yen (excluding tax) every month. There is a CD version and a digital version that uses apps and websites. In addition to the main English course, Chinese, Korean, French, etc. were also available.

Espritline Inc. (Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture), which was engaged in the speed learning business, announced “Notice of Business Termination” on September 1st on its official website. The reason for the end is “various circumstances”

“Thank you for your continued use and thank you for your understanding.”

I am telling you. According to the company’s website, the teaching materials have been on sale since 1989. The site had finished accepting new applications by March 6th.

About the end of the business On Twitter, a surprising reaction has spread from around October 20th, such as “If you think that you haven’t heard about it recently, that’s what you mean” or “I was surprised”.

On the 21st, J-CAST News applied to Espritline for coverage of the process of business termination, but no response was obtained because the person in charge was staying overseas until around November.

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