Our language app is the best way to read English and practice English. Stunning minimalist design and clean user interface makes it easy to test your grammar skills.
This English grammar test application is suitable for intermediate and upper-intermediate levels.
The test is divided into two levels. Each has 30 tests, including 20 exercises.
We placed 20 English grammar units (for each level) in each test in such a way that each question was a part of a specific unit.
When you finish your English test you will see which aspects of English grammar you are good at and which of them requires more practice.
If you make a mistake the app will explain to you why your answer was not correct. Here we offer you a completely unique feature – a simple explanation of each question that helps you understand why we should use specific answers instead of the other.
Learning English is nothing but feedback. Use our app to get information about your pros and cons. Examine grammar once or twice a week during your course and analyze your results. Focus on the explanations given, not on the mistakes.
The progress page provided in the application allows you to view the total scores and results of each English test. There are three scales from bad to perfect that indicate your percentage. If your total score is colored green, you are ready for a new level.
Another unique feature that you won’t find in other apps is English Chat. Download the app and join the chat where you can speak English with thousands of flashes around the world.
In addition, our app provides free daily classes, rehearsals and lessons through popular social media channels.
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– 60 tests and 1200 English practice
– 20 grammar units in each test
– Simple explanation
– Total score and progress analysis
– English chat
– Clean user interface
– Beautiful design
– Daily English lessons and practice
English exam syllabus covered:
– Word order
– Present tense
– The past tense
– The future tense
– Passive voice
– Modal verbs
– Phrasal verb
– Irregular verbs
– Relative clause
– Noun preparation
– Adjective plus position
– Something, any, many, many, many things
– Indirect quote
– Connecting words
– Expressing speculative meaning
– Word formation
Links to channels with daily text