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English for Math – Easy English


I never liked math in school that much. However, math is very important! Because of this, knowing English for math is also important. If you have to talk about numbers, you'll have to use some English for math. In this edition of Easy English, we cover (talk about) some basic math terms. These will be very useful in your daily life, because we use math every day. So break out (get out, use) your calculator (tool to do math quickly), some paper, and maybe your dictionary. We're learning all about (everything) English for math today! To solve (ˈtuː ˈsɑːlv) When [...]

English for Math – Easy English2021-11-03T18:20:57+01:00

Opposites in English – Easy English


There are many common opposites in English. Opposites are words that have two different meanings. We talk about opposites every day. They're a good way to talk about different things. They're also a great way to compare (talk about differences between two or more) things. What are some of the most common opposites in English? These opposite pairs will help you speak English more fluently. They're good to know! Let's dive in (get going)... Pass or Fail (ˈpæs ˈɔːr ˈfeɪl) Pass or fail are common opposites in English in school. It's what we use to talk about grades (scores on [...]

Opposites in English – Easy English2021-10-06T18:40:49+01:00

Shapes in English – Easy English


Do you remember learning shapes (geometric forms) in school? Knowing different shapes can be very useful (helpful). Shapes can be a good way to describe (talk about) things. Especially (most of all) when you're learning a new language! Have you ever learned shapes in English? Maybe you did not. If you don't know shapes in English, this blog is a good starting point (beginning). Even if you know shapes in English already (from before), keep (continue) reading. This blog will be a good review (learn again)! Read on to find out (learn) more about different shapes in English. Square A [...]

Shapes in English – Easy English2021-08-05T07:46:16+01:00

Makeup Vocabulary in English – Easy English


Many people wear makeup every day. Makeup are things used to color the face. People can wear makeup on their eyes, cheeks, and lips. Makeup can cover up (hide) things like pimples (small infections). It can also change the way you look. Some people just like the way they look with makeup on! Putting on makeup is regular part of the day for many people. Do you like to wear makeup? Then you may find this makeup vocabulary helpful. If you don't wear makeup, now you can talk about it! Learn the most common makeup vocabulary here. It's always good [...]

Makeup Vocabulary in English – Easy English2021-06-30T13:42:32+01:00

Vocabulary for When Food Goes Bad – Easy English


Have you ever had food go bad? You probably have! Food going bad is a very common problem. There is certain (specific) vocabulary used for when food goes bad. Not every word describes (talks about) each kind of food. We thought it would be a good idea to talk about this. Which words do you use for which food? What do you say when food is bad? Here is some common vocabulary for when food is bad. Have you heard any of these before? Read on (keep reading) to find out more. Stale Have you ever bought cereal that has [...]

Vocabulary for When Food Goes Bad – Easy English2021-05-05T18:02:12+01:00

Meat Vocabulary to Know – Easy English


Do you like to eat meat? Many people enjoy eating meat, which comes from animals. There are many different kinds of meat that you can eat. To help explain the different terms (words) we use, we wrote this blog about meat vocabulary. Some of these words you might have heard before. But some may be new to you! No matter what, we're sure this meat vocabulary will be useful to you. Check out this list of helpful meat vocabulary to help you prepare (make) a delicious meal! Beef If you want some meat that comes from cows, you don't ask [...]

Meat Vocabulary to Know – Easy English2020-09-03T09:17:21+01:00

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 each and every, 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 for quality. I love each of my [...]

Each and Every: What’s the Difference? Easy English2022-08-04T18:14:52+01:00

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


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 how to use some and any, or are not sure, read on to find out the answer! Some Some always means that you know “it” is [...]

Some and Any: What’s the Difference? Easy English Blog2022-08-04T17:46:00+01:00

Talk about Future in English: will, going to, present continuous – Easy English Blog


How do you talk about future plans in English- meaning things that you will do or have planned after now? Talking about the future is an important step in learning any language. There are a few easy ways to talk about future plans in English: using will, be going to and the present continuous tense. We talk in the future tense all the time because we like to speak about things coming soon. There are a few ways to do this. Do you know the difference? For example: Will you help me? What are you doing when you get home? [...]

Talk about Future in English: will, going to, present continuous – Easy English Blog2022-06-28T15:08:20+01:00

8 Parts of Speech in English – Easy English


Ask a native speaker what a part of speech in English is and they may not know the answer. A part of speech is something that native speakers learn very early in school to explain the parts of a sentence. Sometimes, it's easy to forget the parts of speech- we don’t talk about them everyday. However, they're all necessary (needed) to build (make) sentences. There are eight parts of speech in English. Every word in the English language is one of these parts of speech. Are you learning English for the first time? Do you need a good review of the basic [...]

8 Parts of Speech in English – Easy English2022-05-31T21:38:17+01:00

V and F Sounds in English – Easy English Blog


English pronunciation can be tricky (difficult, complicated). It takes a lot of practice to pronounce some words correctly. Two sounds that can be hard to pronounce (say) are the V and F sounds. For example, what's the difference between live and leaf? Good pronunciation means that other people can understand you easily (very easy). This is important when speaking because you want to communicate well! V (/v/) and F (/f/) sounds are paired together because they're in the same position in your mouth when you say them. That definitely makes things a little easier. We'll break it down (make it [...]

V and F Sounds in English – Easy English Blog2022-05-01T20:38:00+01:00

How to Say Yes in English – Easy English Blog


One of the first words you learned in English was probably yes. But did you know there is more than one way to say it? Just like how to say no and how to say sorry, there are many different ways to say yes in English. They can be very formal or very informal. Having more than one way to say yes will make you sound more fluent (perfect). Try some of these new “yes” phrases to your vocabulary to sound more like a native speaker. Yes We're sure you know this one already. Yes can be used all the time. However, it is a little more [...]

How to Say Yes in English – Easy English Blog2022-05-01T19:50:44+01:00
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