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economical

effective
The medicine was very effective. *
efficient
An efficient machine works well.
eighteen
Nineteen is the number after eighteen. *
elaborate

electricity
Electrolysis is when substances are broken down into the parts that made them using electricity. *
elephant
A male elephant is called a bull.
elevator
In case of fire, don't use the elevator.
embarrass
Embarrassing Bodies is a programme on Channel 4. *
embroidery

emergency
Call the ambulance, it's an emergency.
employees
The company has a subsidised canteen for employees. *
endurance
The runner showed great endurance.
engineer
A person who works with machines is an engineer.
enormous
Elephants are enormous. *
entertainment
Reading, sports and games are all forms of entertainment.
enthusiastic
She is always positive and enthusiastic. *
envelope
This envelope needs a stamp.
equipment
All my camping equipment is in my backpack.
especially
It was especially hot this August.

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