There's nothing wrong with this app per se. But what happens when you have finished the 30 levels? It can be made even more comprehensive, by adding different varieties of grammar tests. Also sometimes our mistakes are not properly explained. Some fun exercises like spell check would be great. This app has the true potential for full five Stars, if it improves itself like I have mentioned above.
I find this app really helpful. But, my only problem here is whenever I finish a test and the results is shown, it will point out mistakes that I didn't do. For example I clicked the "an" for "___ hour" but it will say that I was wrong because I chose "a". At first I thought I just accidentally clicked the wrong choice but after several tests it keep happenning to me. I hope it will be fixed. I am still going to use this app though. :)
I'm a native English speaker and ESL teacher. Unfortunately, I noticed a lot of grammatical errors within a few minutes of using this app. For example, one question asks you to choose an article for Antarctica: "a," "an," or "the." However, in English we DO NOT use an article in this situation. If you're an English learner, do not use this app: you'll get a lot of incorrect information.
It was a nice app for me until I could chat in room but now I can't. I can't even see it after log in. I don't know what's wrong with it. Please fix it if you really care about good review or else I will uninstall it and tell my friends to do the same.
I give it a 5, hoping the developer cares to excel the app features further. Namely a "mistake chart" is desireable: In which category my mistakes fall? Did I make the same mistake twice? Also I wish the app suggested some areas which require more practice.
It's a very awesome app.. I liked it a lot because when I played the first level of intermediate I made only 2 mistakes.. There was an option of seeing the mistakes... That was really nice.. The reason I gave it 4 stars is because there are too many questions 20 questions.. So if you all upgrade to another version of it plz see that there are maximum 10-15 questions.. Thank you
The official English Grammar in Use app, written by Raymond Murphy.