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The Tests have been categorized thematically (They are grouped by theme, they are divided into topics). All descriptions, tips are made in easy English.

Good practice for learning and reinforcement of knowledge of the English language (mainly English Tenses). Plus other related topics. .

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These is great but the answers sumtimes are not always write. Thanks.
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i am not a big 'grammer' user on the forum but i couldn't trust an app with americanised spelling and a description which is a bit garbled
These is great but the answers sumtimes are not always write. Thanks.
Nicebob21/09/2019 10:05

These is great but the answers sumtimes are not always write. Thanks.


I do hope your comment was a little tongue in cheek Bib x
cowld i dun no neeed a englisch testt
Edited by: "shtivshtiv" 21st Sep
Does it cover "would of" and "could of"?
brilly21/09/2019 09:24

i am not a big 'grammer' user on the forum but i couldn't trust an app …i am not a big 'grammer' user on the forum but i couldn't trust an app with americanised spelling and a description which is a bit garbled


I agree, but you could have at least, checked your spelling of grammar.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st Sep
gazdoubleu21/09/2019 13:07

I agree, but you could have at least, checked your spelling of grammar.


i am well aware of the spelling of grammar
once you advance a bit you will learn about context and extraneous punctuation
brilly21/09/2019 13:20

i am well aware of the spelling of grammaronce you advance a bit you will …i am well aware of the spelling of grammaronce you advance a bit you will learn about context and extraneous punctuation


Yes I'm so far behind you, but I did notice that you started that last sentence without a capital letter and it was a pronoun. You could also try using a full stop at the end of a sentence.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st Sep
gazdoubleu21/09/2019 13:39

Yes I'm so far behind you, but I did notice that you started that last …Yes I'm so far behind you, but I did notice that you started that last sentence without a capital letter and it was a pronoun. You could also try using a full stop at the end of a sentence.


never mind advancing a bit...
once you learn to read you will see that i have already said that i dont give a crap about using grammar etc here

what i would care about is taking 'lessons' from an app with such loose usage
...and also capitalisation of pronoun lessons from a user without a capitalised username
Edited by: "brilly" 21st Sep
All this amusing use of the English language, not sure who is thick or has a good sense of humor.
brilly21/09/2019 14:42

never mind advancing a bit...once you learn to read you will see that i …never mind advancing a bit...once you learn to read you will see that i have already said that i dont give a crap about using grammar etc herewhat i would care about is taking 'lessons' from an app with such loose usage...and also capitalisation of pronoun lessons from a user without a capitalised username


Have you read your own username?

"Capitalization and punctuation (and spelling, paragraphing, and indentation, among many other things), are not part of language at all. Certainly they're not part of grammar."

english.stackexchange.com/que…mar
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 21st Sep
gazdoubleu21/09/2019 21:30

Have you read your own username? "Capitalization and punctuation …Have you read your own username? "Capitalization and punctuation (and spelling, paragraphing, and indentation, among many other things), are not part of language at all. Certainly they're not part of grammar."https://english.stackexchange.com/questions/309281/do-capitalization-and-punctuation-fall-under-the-category-of-grammar


you forgot to learn to read didn't you? i dont care about using grammar etc here
you were the one that brought capitalisation so i just pointed out your hypocrisy seeing as you cared so much
ps i am done with you - what a numpty!
Edited by: "brilly" 22nd Sep
brilly22/09/2019 04:45

you forgot to learn to read didn't you? i dont care about using grammar …you forgot to learn to read didn't you? i dont care about using grammar etc hereyou were the one that brought capitalisation so i just pointed out your hypocrisy seeing as you cared so muchps i am done with you - what a numpty!


There was no etc in your first comment re. grammar (sorry grammer.) I picked up on non grammatical errors. Please learn to read your own posts.

You're a laughing stock and that's why you need to resort to abuse.
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 22nd Sep
thomasleep23/09/2019 06:27

Not forgetting, should of.


And "I was stood" and "I was sat".
brilly21/09/2019 09:24

i am not a big 'grammer' user on the forum but i couldn't trust an app …i am not a big 'grammer' user on the forum but i couldn't trust an app with americanised spelling and a description which is a bit garbled


Grammar*........
£0.59 now
Edited by: "gdp1966" 17th Oct
"There's no one quite like grammar....
Grammar, we love you
Grammar, we do...."
£0.59 (NOT free anymore)
Not four me unfortuantely. Its far to expensive and am fine with my reading and righting of the english language.
Nicebob21/09/2019 10:05

These is great but the answers sumtimes are not always write. Thanks.


Yore a door a bull.
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