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Vocabulary WordsMeanings
employto give work to someone, usually for payment
empressan emperor’s wife, or the female ruler of an empire
emptywith nothing or no one inside
enableto make able, empower, authorize
enamela hard shiny paint used on such things as bathtubs, cookers and saucepans
encloseto put something in an envelope or package; to surround or shut in by a fence or wall
encountera controversy, conflict
encouraget help someone keep on trying; to try to give courage to someone
encyclopediaa book or set of books which tells you something about every subject
endthe last part; the finish
endingtermination
endorseto confirm, write on the back of a document
endureto bear trouble or pain with courage and patience
enemysomeone who fights against you or your country
engageto hire someone to work for you
engagedbound by a promise as when a man and a woman are engaged to be married to each other
enginea machine which makes things work. Aeroplanes, cars and trains are all moved by engines
engineersomeone who makes or looks after machines. The same word also means someone who plans and builds dams, roads, railways and bridges
enjoyto take pleasure in something
enmityill will, hostility, opposition
enormousvery large; huge
enoughas much as is needed and no more
enquireto ask. The word is also spelled inquire
enterto go or come into a place
entertainto amuse. The same word also means to have someone as your guest
entertainmenta show or concert that entertains or amuses you
enthusiasmkeenness; eagerness; great interest is something
entirecomplete; whole
entrancea doorway or way into a place
entrythe act of entering
envelopea folded piece of paper in which you put letters for posting
environmentconditions under which one lives
envya wish to have something that belongs to someone else
epigrama concise witty poem, a pointed and short poem
episodean event in a story; a complete short story which is part of a longer story
equalof the same size, quantity or value as something else
equatoran imaginary line around the middle of the earth’s surface
equipmentall the things needed to do a job, play a game, or go on an expedition
erectupright; standing up straight
erranda short journey to take a message or to deliver or collect something
errora mistake; something that has been done incorrectly
escalatora moving staircase
escapeto get free. Usually from something unpleasant
especiallymost of all; of greatest importance
estimateto guess the size, quantity or value of something
eveevening. The same word also means the day before a special event, like Christmas Eve
evenlevel; smooth. The same word also means any number that can be divided exactly by two
eveningthe time between afternoon and night
eventsomething that happens
everalways; for all time

Learning Competency

Modal auxiliaries Vs Primary auxiliaries
Primary auxiliaries are be, do, have. They are used to form tenses and to frame short answers.
Modal auxiliaries are will, would, may, might, shall, should, can, could, must, dare, need, used, ought. They are used to express moods.