- 60 vocabulary lessons (British English vs American English, punctuation rules, the weather and the time ...);
- 40 reading lessons (the UK, Ancient Rome, Egypt, China, mountains, sea, museum, camping ...);
- 21 English conversation lessons (from simple hello formulas to full English conversations).
- 20 tests with each test having 30 grammar tasks per test;
- Bronze, Silver and Gold Medal achievements. Can you collect each Gold medal ?
- Test results at the end of every test;
- Wrong Answer’ list after each test, so that you can revise your weak points;
- Check your progress with Evolution Table;
- It looks and feels like a real English grammar book :-)
- Learn English on the go with this pocket grammar app.
This is a 2 in 1 grammarly app since it also offers you the possibility to Learn English basics.
If you are interested to learn English and afterwards practice English grammar for Ielts, Toefl, ESL, British Council exams or any other English grammar proficiency test then you came to the right place.
English Grammar Test is a great free education app which can help you expand your English vocabulary and learn English.
For example we do not write gramer, grammer, grammarly, gramar, grimwar or grammer but grammar.
We do not write engllish, englisch, eneglish, englisch or englis but English.
It is great for beginner, intermediate, upper-intermediate or advanced students as it covers a lot of the English curriculum.
Learn English on the go with this pocket English grammar pocket book. :-)
Percentage result needed for each medal:
- Gold > 90%
- Silver > 50 %
- Bronze > 0%
Still not convinced ? Then please read our user reviews just below this description :-)
So, are you ready to learn English grammar, expand your vocabulary and afterwards test your English grammar?
Learn English Grammar through our lessons:
- present simple;
- present simple;
- present continuous;
- present perfect;
- past simple;
- past continuous;
- past perfect;
- stative verbes;
- phrasal verbs;
- reported speech;
- use of some and any;
- use of shall and should;
- use of usual and usually;
- elder versus older;
- few versus little;
- make versus do;
Get in touch with us anytime, anywhere and for any reason :-)