Ep. 11 English Grammar – The importance of Modal Verbs with Andrea

Episode 11 Modal Verbs

Hi there, it’s Andy here. Welcome to Everyday English with E2. Each week, we focus on English grammar, vocabulary or pronunciation, and this week we’re focusing on an important part of grammar called modal verbs. But we’re NOT going to learn when to use can or could or how “should” means the same thing as […]

How to learn English phrasal verbs


What is a phrasal verb? Phrasal verbs have two or three words and two or more meanings. They usually have at least one literal meaning, for example “She took off her coat” (removed an article of clothing) or “The librarian took the book off the shelf” (lifted an object from a surface) or “The plane […]

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 […]

Present Perfect Continuous

text reading present perfect continuous as cover image

What is present perfect continuous? Present perfect continuous is a way of looking at events that have been happening in the past up until now and possibly also into the future… Although it is a present “tense”, actually a combination of “aspects”, it refers to the past, as we see it from now. It is […]