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Welcome to EU English!

Would you like to know how to learn English really well? Are you busy preparing an exam in English? Are you one of those people who don’t have a lot of time to study English?

If you answered yes to any one of these questions, then this program is for you!

What’s the secret to learning English successfully?

The secret to learning a language successfully is very simple, but not always easy to do! If you want to speak English really well, you must make sure that you do something in English every day. You can read a short article, a book, a magazine, you can watch a TV show, a movie trailer or an interview, you can listen to your favorite songs or even do a workout program. One way or another English should become a part of your everyday life. When that happens, you’ll notice a gradual change in your English for the better, and you will soon feel more and more confident and happy to have it in your life.

How to make time for learning?

We both speak several languages and we know how hard it is to find time to fit a new language into your daily routine. That’s why we developed this program, so we can help you do just that.

We offer a wide range of interesting activities in English that will easily fit into your day. To save you time, we developed language exercises around activities that you would probably do anyway. For example, if you read the news every day, why not build your vocabulary by reading the headlines with us every day? If you are into fitness and sports, why not do your workout AND learn the words and expressions related to body parts and movements with us? And, if you like movies,TV shows and songs, why not watch them AND do a few language activities with us at the same time?

Learning English can be lots of fun, but it is also hard work. If you want to be successful, you need to work hard and be prepared to keep up the good work! So making learning more fun and fitting it into your day are two things that are key to your success!

Enjoy learning & share your success story with us by writing us an email to!

Who are we?

We are materials writers and language teachers who are passionate about teaching English! We teach general English for everyday life, and also English for specific purposes such as EU, business, legal English and other related subjects. We launched this website because we hope that we can help those who would like to improve their English with high-quality tasks and activities on a variety of topics.

En2Anna Trebits, PhD is a lecturer and post-doc researcher at Leuphana University in Lüneburg, Germany. Previously she worked as a lecturer at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. She has taught general, business and EU English courses  in Hungary, Portugal, Luxembourg and Germany. She holds an MA in English Language, Literature and TESOL, an MA in French Language and Literature and a PhD in Language Pedagogy. She got the idea for developing and writing EU English – Using English in EU Contexts while working for an EU institution in Luxembourg. In her research she likes to explore English language use in EU documents, the psychology of language learning, pragmatics and bilingualism.






Márta Fischer, PhD is a lecturer at the Budapest University of Economics and Technology. She holds an MSc in Economics, an MA in European Studies in English and French (College of Europe) and a PhD in Translation Studies (Eötvös Loránd University) on EU translation and terminology. She has been teaching EU courses, terminology and translation in Hungarian, English and German to students, teachers and civil servants. She is co-author of EU English – Using English in EU Contexts. For several years, she worked for the Ministry of Education and was involved in EU and language related projects. Her research focuses on EU multilingualism, translation and terminology.

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