EWA: LEARN ENGLISH LANGUAGE combines movie and TV clips with word games to teach English. Upon launching the app, kids will be prompted to select their native language, age, and current English proficiency level. The language courses represent a range of topics, including English for travelers, love and romantic relationships, English for the workplace, verbs, and grammar. Kids will play various video clip to listen to words and phrases in English, which also appear in written form. Pressing the turtle icon on the screen slows down speech in the videos to make it easier to understand. In addition to movie/TV inspired language courses, the app also offers vocabulary building memorization games and a collection of books and articles in English. The library has over one thousand books in English with audio, giving teens the option to read or listen to the text. Books can be sorted by genre and level of difficulty. Kids will also find articles on various topics, including career and finances, science and education, food, and sports.While reading, learners can translate unknown words with a simple tap. They'll also have the option of tracking their progress, see the words they've learned, and set daily objectives. Users have the option of downloading courses so that they are available offline. Under settings, kids will find links to EWA: Learn English Language's Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube accounts. They'll also be able to control the adult content that appears in the courses. There's no parent wall protecting access to settings so kids will be able to determine content themselves. The first time kids attempt to launch a course with mature content, a pop up banner asking whether access should be granted appears on the screen. Access to mature content is left to the user's discretion. When mature content is turned off, kids exploring the body category will see phrases such as "my shoulders" and "my head." When mature content is on, within the same category, they'll see phrases such as, "my love handles," "I strained my groin!" and "I like your muffin top."