A little practice every day goes a long way!

The aim of the app is to help you get familiar with English by repeatedly exposing you to its structures. At the end of a set of six questions you have a choice: End the game or Get grammar points. In either case, you are shown a panoramic view of all your answers and given the chance to revise the grammar exemplified in the questions by tapping on the icon on the top right-hand corner of each question.

The App allows you to track your own performance and your performance in relation to that of other players.

Thousands of questions designed to pique your curiosity and be informative

because if the questions are found interesting everything connected to them (language, facts...) is likely to be remembered more easily; many of them have visual and audio features which will also help you to remember the information associated with them. The questions have to be answered in 15 seconds. The long ones are designed to improve your reading speed.

The questions often exemplify a grammar point. If you see how English is used time and again, you will get familiar with it and you will find it easier to use what you are learning. The questions exemplifying a grammar point are linked to the grammar section where that point is dealt with so that the explanation can be accessed immediately if it needs to be revised.

Grammar exercises after every game

The exercises will help you improve your knowledge of English. You have to tap on the right options in the right order. If you think you have made a mistake, you can tap on the wrong answer and choose another option.

You have no time limit because the aim of this section is to help you put in practice what you have revised. All the blanks are the same length so that the exercises won't become a guessing game.

A Down to Earth Grammar

As the joke goes, Once you've read the dictionary, every other book you read is just a remix. But, in order to use the vocabulary you have in your head, you need to know the rules that govern how words should be arranged in order to express a thought.

This grammar pays attention to concepts students of English often find difficult or confusing. The explanations are designed to clarify such difficulties. The grammar is divided into sections which are linked to the questions and exercises or which can be accessed directly.