Watch the video (found on the homepage). This will help you get the most out of the EEE site.
Scroll down the navigation bar, and look at all the unique word lists. Click on whatever you’d like. Relax and have fun!
Scroll down the lists, entry by entry.
If there’s a particular word you are looking for, use the search ‘box.’ If the word is already in EEE, you’ll see it as you start entering the letters. Then just click on the drop-down list.
Download our EEE app from the App Store, and use it when you’re listening to someone or to the radio, as well as when you’re watching a video, T.V., or movie.
Ask someone to repeat or even spell a fun word or expression so that you can search for it in EEE. (Let us know if you can’t find it on the bottom right of the homepage.)
Start using the EEE words in your everyday life. Even if you’re not quite comfortable yet, native speakers will likely help you.
The word list called ‘Higher’ has words that are at a higher level (more advanced) of English vocabulary. Anyone can try these.
Check back often. New words and phrases are being added regularly.
Ask a question (bottom right of homepage). We’ll do our best to answer you ASAP.
We’ve included two word lists for Not-So-Nice words, meaning the ‘bad’ words of English. These are not intended for you to use. Instead, we want you to know that these words are not appropriate to say, especially by children. Examples are sh**.
Some French and Spanish words and phrases have been included in the EEE site; however, they are spoken in an English accent. Examples are no way Jose, touche, and maiter d’.
On the bottom of the homepage, learn more by clicking on the additional links.
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A large number of word entries on the site cannot be translated as they reflect the style and the culture of the English language.