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What sites or apps can we use to improve our grammar skill?

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First things first. Memorize all the conjugations of the regular and irregular verbs, and the cases of all the pronouns. I had to, and I'm a native speaker. No app or site is as good for that as a book is.

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No apps nor any website can replace practical speaking and listening exposures. Speaking from past experience, learning and mastering the grammar fundamentals are the essential building block to improving English skills. When a learner reaches the stage where he can understand how sentences are structured and how words used in a given context, he actually has taken a giant step already in the quest of improving his English skills. That being said, this step may take years to reach. English is my adopted language. I came to the US when I was 16 years old and I could barely recite all the alphabets. I was like many learners. feeling intimated, frustrated and confused by this language which has absolutely no resemblance to that of their own. I was lost and didn't get anywhere for two years. That was reality. Learners with no enduring perseverance and devotion may have the feeling of getting stuck in the rut and began losing interest in continuing. Improvements would seem far-reaching. I felt that until someone suggested that I try watching more television with closed captions on. I took the advice and started watching 3 hours of PBS programs, BBC news, sitcoms, and variety shows every night as my homework. I followed the speakers with captions and read out loud. I even used a VCR to tape the programs so that I could review. What I realized was, the more I watched, the more I began to understand that in turn gave me more motivation to watch. The result was miraculous. In one year. this three-hours nightly regiment of listening and speaking exposure had produced more success than I could ever expect. The hard work paid off. I could feel the improvements in listening, speaking, comprehension, and writing which were spiritually rewarding and satisfying. So the point I try to make is that nothing is more effective than constant exposures where your eyes, ears, lips and your brain can be engaged in a practice session at the same time.