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Want to improve your English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation? Want to learn English with the best English teachers in the world? Want fun and interactive episodes? Then check out Everyday English with E2! Each week we bring you interactive episodes that will improve your grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Your grammar will straighten out, your vocabulary will grow, and your pronunciation will clarify, all as you listen to expert teachers from America, Australia and England!

And remember, if you need extra English practice, you can do this by going to www.e2english.com.

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Want to improve your English grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation? Want to learn English with the best English teachers in the world? Want fun and interactive episodes? Then check out Everyday English with E2! Each week we bring you interactive episodes that will improve your grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. Your grammar will straighten out, your vocabulary will grow, and your pronunciation will clarify, all as you listen to expert teachers from America, Australia and England!

And remember, if you need extra English practice, you can do this by going to www.e2english.com.

    #29 - English Vocabulary - Learn different meanings that from words like "red", "green" & "blue" with Mark

    #29 - English Vocabulary - Learn different meanings that from words like "red", "green" & "blue" with Mark

    Hello and welcome back to another episode of Everyday English with E2. Each week, we focus on English grammar, vocabulary or pronunciation, and this week it’s all about vocabulary. So many students think they need to learn new words to improve their English. And they’re not wrong. New words are great! But you’d be surprised how much easier and more meaningful it can be if you just learn slightly different meanings that come from words you may already know.

    In this episode, we look at different meanings from "colour" words such as red, blue and green.

    Remember... if you need extra practice with your English vocabulary – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 4 min
    #28 - English Grammar - Using 'as' to compare things in English with Louisa

    #28 - English Grammar - Using 'as' to compare things in English with Louisa

    So how do we compare things in English? We can use comparative adjectives like ‘bigger’ or ‘more delicious’, but what if you’re comparing two things that are exactly the same size and exactly the same level of deliciousness? Like a donut and a cupcake! That’s when it’s time for us to use a small but very useful word - as - to help us make a comparison.

    Remember... if you need extra practice with your English grammar – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 6 min
    #27 - English Pronunciation - Use 'sentence stress' to express emotion in English with Mark

    #27 - English Pronunciation - Use 'sentence stress' to express emotion in English with Mark

    In this episode, we’re focusing on a super important part of pronunciation called ‘sentence stress’, which has a big impact on how clear your ideas and feelings are. So it’s not just about the words you say that ensure you are understood, it’s the emotion you put into your words that helps you really express yourself.

    Remember... if you need extra practice on your pronunciation – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 8 min
    #26 - English Vocabulary - Learn about the root word "information" & other words with Louisa

    #26 - English Vocabulary - Learn about the root word "information" & other words with Louisa

    One of the biggest questions we get at E2 is ‘how can I improve my vocabulary?’ and we get this from everyone! Beginners, intermediates, OET and IELTS students, and even students doing a masters degree! But did you know that sometimes one single word can be slightly changed to mean something slightly different? You don’t have to learn a new word to improve your vocabulary; just slightly modify one of the words you already use! Let’s take a look.

    In this episode, we look at the root word "information" and other words such as inform, informative and uninformative, informed and uninformed, misinformed and more!

    Remember... if you need extra practice with your English vocabulary – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 4 min
    #25 - English Grammar - 5 phrasal verbs to talk about your weekend with Mark

    #25 - English Grammar - 5 phrasal verbs to talk about your weekend with Mark

    Hello and welcome back to another episode of Everyday English with E2. My name is Mark. Each week, we focus on English grammar, vocabulary or pronunciation, and this week it’s all about grammar.

    One of the biggest questions we get at E2 is ‘how can I learn more phrasal verbs?’ and we get this from everyone! Beginners, intermediates, IELTS and even OET students! Now, the short answer is you learn them one at a time. But which ones? My advice is to start with language you can use to talk about your life and your experiences. Let’s start with 5 phrasal verbs YOU can use to talk about your weekend.

    Remember... if you need extra practice with your English grammar – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 5 min
    #24 - English Pronunciation - Speak with 'intrusion' like a native speaker in English with Louisa

    #24 - English Pronunciation - Speak with 'intrusion' like a native speaker in English with Louisa

    This week we’re focusing on a super important part of pronunciation that is part of ‘linking or connected speech’. It’s called ‘intrusion’

    In a previous episode about pronunciation, we talked about linking, and how it allows you to speak slower or fast and maintain intelligibility. Intrusion is part of this. Sometimes, when certain words are linked together, some extra sounds appear. Today, we’re going to focus on what this sounds like.

    Remember... if you need extra practice on your pronunciation – you can do this by going to www.e2english.com

    • 9 min

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