Ep. 23 English Vocabulary – Learn about the root word ‘decide’ with Mark

EP 23 Everyday English

Another week, another episode of Everyday English with E2! Each week we focus on English grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and spelling. This week we are learning new vocabulary by learning about the root word ‘decide’. Remember: If you need extra practice with your English grammar you can do this by going to www.e2english.com Transcript One of […]

Ep. 9 English vocabulary: 5 fun words for a Happy New year! with Jay

Transcript Welcome back to Everyday English with E2 where you learn English by listening to English! Each week we focus on English grammar, pronunciation, or like today’s episode: vocabulary! Remember that if you need help to improve your English, then check out E2 English by going to www.e2english.com. We have online courses for grammar, pronunciation, […]

Learning Verbs


What are verbs? Verbs are doing words. They describe actions or states. Verbs tell us about what things do or what they are like. Some examples of verbs are: run, walk, work, eat, think.  Along with nouns, verbs are the building blocks of English. If we have a noun and a verb we can make […]



What is an adjective? Adjectives are describing words. They give us more information about nouns. They give information about size, colour, shape, age, and opinions about things.Life would be very dull without adjectives. They add colour and life to language and allow us to express our feelings about things and our reaction to things. How […]

How to learn English vocabulary


There are about 170,000 words in the English language but any one person uses only 20,000 to 30,000 of them. That still seems like a pretty big number. It is, however, possible to learn this number of words. The most important thing to know is that it takes time. It won’t happen overnight but it […]



What is an adverb? Adverbs are describing words. Like adjectives, they add colour, interest and description to our writing. Adverbs give more information about verbs. The name “adverbs” shows this. They also provide more information about adjectives and other adverbs. Adjectives describe only nouns. How do you form an adverb? Very often, adverbs are formed […]


What is a noun? Nouns are naming words. They name things, places, people, animals and so on. Every language has nouns. There are many nouns in English. Everything has at least one noun that names it. We need nouns so that we have a way of talking about things. If we know the name of […]