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Weather Vocabulary – Easy English


The weather is all around us. The weather has a big impact (effect, influence) on our daily lives. Is it raining? Then you should bring an umbrella. Is it hot and sunny? Then you can wear shorts. This is why knowing some easy weather words is so important.   We've written about weather words once before, but there are so many weather words to talk about! This week, we decided to talk about some more easy weather words. Hopefully after this blog you will be able to talk about the weather comfortably (easily, with no problems).   Mostly Sunny / Mostly Cloudy [...]

Weather Vocabulary – Easy English2019-11-07T11:30:48+00:00

Going Grocery Shopping – Easy English


I love going grocery shopping. There are so many different kinds of food in the grocery store (supermarket). I really enjoy seeing all the different fruits, vegetables, and snacks that are available. There is so much variety in the aisles (rows of shelves that hold the groceries). Going grocery shopping in English is easy for me, but when I want to go grocery shopping in a foreign country, it can be difficult.   If you don't know the names of certain (specific, special, exact) foods, they can be hard to find (or ask for them!) in a store. It can be [...]

Going Grocery Shopping – Easy English2019-10-03T09:10:14+00:00

Back to School Vocabulary: Easy English Blog


It's that time of year again! It's time for kids to go back to school. At this time of year, lots of stores have back-to-school sales (special prices). Teachers may send home lists of school supplies (things you need to do a job) that students need. Because it's back-to-school time, we put together some back-to-school vocabulary for you.   I always love back-to-school time. It's the beginning of fall, which is my favorite season. People go back into a routine (set schedule). And I can start wearing sweaters again! What do you like about back-to-school season?   Notebook (lined/blank)   At [...]

Back to School Vocabulary: Easy English Blog2019-09-05T08:37:14+00:00

Birthday English Phrases


Do you love your birthday? I sure do! It's like a little holiday just for you. Your birthday is a great time to celebrate (mark, honor) you. I know a lot of people with summer birthdays, so I thought it was time to talk about birthday English.   Here are some phrases you can use to talk about a birthday. Whether (If, in the case that) it's your birthday or someone else's birthday, these English phrases will help you celebrate in style and confidence. So read on for some birthday English phrases!   To Blow Out the Candles   It's [...]

Birthday English Phrases2019-07-04T13:10:34+00:00

English for Renting an Apartment-Easy English Blog


Finding an apartment can be a fun experience, but it can also be stressful and challenging (difficult). It's doubly (two times as) challenging if you're apartment hunting (searching) in your second (or third or fourth) language. For just these cases, we thought some English for renting an apartment could come in handy (be useful).   I found my current apartment all in German, and sometimes I even need to communicate in German for the upkeep (keeping up, maintaining) of the apartment. It can be really frustrating to communicate if you don't have the right words!   With that in mind, [...]

English for Renting an Apartment-Easy English Blog2019-06-17T12:35:40+00:00

Spoken English- Easy English Blog


Every language has shortcuts (short forms) of two words put together to sound like one word. We all use shortcuts in our mother language, not because we are lazy (not giving effort, energy) but because we sometimes put two words together so often (a lot), we say them fast. When we say it fast, it sounds like one, new word. In English, this is called spoken English.   Non-native speakers have problems understanding these shortcuts – this spoken English. That is normal! Once (after) you know what the shortcuts are, you can understand the spoken English better.   These shortcuts [...]

Spoken English- Easy English Blog2019-06-17T12:44:17+00:00

Talk about Family in English – Easy English Blog


Talk about Family in English There's nothing better than family time. I always love getting to spend time (be) with my family. It's especially (very) nice when you live far away. When I go back to where I live, it's good to know how to talk about family in English.   Every family is different. Some have a lot of relatives. Some have very few. No matter how many family members you have, we have some family vocabulary you can use to talk about family.   Parent(s)   Your parents are the people who raised (were there from baby to adulthood) [...]

Talk about Family in English – Easy English Blog2019-06-17T12:46:11+00:00

Like and As in English: Easy English Blog- Bespeaking


Like and As in English: Easy English Blog How do you talk about two things in English? How do you talk about similar (almost the same) things? Do you know? There's a very easy way to compare things in English. To do so, you can use the words like and as in English.   Like and as are prepositions or conjunctions. But they can also be used to compare things. If you want to know how these words work, keep reading!     Like     Like + noun = "similar to" or "in the same way"   Like is a [...]

Like and As in English: Easy English Blog- Bespeaking2019-06-17T12:47:41+00:00

English Bathroom Vocabulary – Easy English


English Bathroom Vocabulary - Easy English Blog Learning English has a lot of ins and outs (details, parts). There's so much vocabulary to learn! Learning any language means you learn how to talk about all parts of life. Sometimes you need to start with the basics (first, normal things). In this month's Easy English Blog, we'll go over (talk/write about) some of the basics. After reading this blog, you'll be able to use all of the English bathroom vocabulary you need!   The next time you need to talk about the bathroom, you will be well prepared. There's absolutely nothing to [...]

English Bathroom Vocabulary – Easy English2019-06-17T12:50:24+00:00

Each and Every: What’s the Difference? Easy English


Each and Every: What's the Difference? Easy English Each and every are used in a similar way, but they have slightly different meanings. This can be confusing when learning English. Sometimes even native speakers confuse them! Both each and every can refer to a singular object. Each refers to one particular object or person. Every refers to a group of objects or people all together. Here's how you can use them, and some examples. Each The word each refers to a single object or person. When you use each, you want to emphasize (focus on, stress, point out, make more important) the individual and not the group as a whole. For example: Each writer has different ideas. Each egg is checked [...]

Each and Every: What’s the Difference? Easy English2019-06-17T13:03:06+00:00

Some and Any: What’s the Difference? Easy English Blog


Some and Any: What's the Difference? Easy English I always think the smallest words in a language are hardest to learn. Small words usually (often, a lot of time) have a lot of exceptions. They can also be very similar (the same)! So how do you know when to use them? How do you know when to use some and any?     For example, what is the difference between, "We have some pineapples," and "We don't have any pineapples"?   If you don’t know, or are not sure, read on to find out the answer!     Some   Some [...]

Some and Any: What’s the Difference? Easy English Blog2019-06-17T13:04:42+00:00

Pet Vocabulary in English- Easy English Blog


Pet Vocabulary in English - Easy English Do you have any pets? Do you have a dog or a cat? A goldfish or a guinea pig? Having a furry (with fur, the coat on an animal) companion in life can be a lot of fun! But how do you talk about your pets in English? This week is all about pet vocabulary in English.   Pets are great, but they can be a lot of work. You have to feed a pet. You have to take dogs outside to use the “bathroom.” And, of course, all pets need some cuddles (hugs and love)! Practice this [...]

Pet Vocabulary in English- Easy English Blog2019-06-17T13:06:08+00:00