Grammar Express: Tenses 1.0 released for iPhone and iPod Touch

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[] Foster City, California - Independent software developer Eknath Kadam has released Grammar Express: Tenses 1.0, his new grammar and course testing application for iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed specifically to leverage the iPhone's unique capabilities, Grammar Express: Tenses is a complete course in mastering English grammatical tenses.

Perfect young and older adults alike, Grammar Express provides on-the-go students of all genre with an opportunity to improve strategies for grammar success. It features over a 100 pages of lessons explaining each grammar tense with clear easy-to-follow examples (Over a 1000 in all), allowing them to learn proper grammar rules and then test their understanding by taking any of the quizzes. Users can prepare by topic, and all questions are sorted by topic as well detailing what each topic will cover. The application also sports a beautiful bar chart so that users can track weak areas and give more focus on them.

Feature Highlights:
* Over 100 pages of grammar lessons and rules with over 1000 examples
* Over 1000 multiple-choice questions with explanation
* Choose number of questions you would like in each test
* Shows test results in HTML format
* E-mail the test results and track progress
* Handy "Progress Meter" module keeps track of performance in a particular topic or mock test
* Choose own timer settings
* Shake the iPhone/iPod to skip a question
* Cool sound effects (Can turn be off if desired)
* Choose a zoom factor for question graphics
* Special algorithm that randomizes questions every time a test is taken

Research suggests that kids and adults learn most quickly when playing learning games with real-time error-feedback. Grammar Express includes a custom timer setting to assist in improving response times under exam constraints. This is particularly useful for students who find it necessary to gauge how well they will do prior to taking important school exams. At the end of each quiz, the user is presented with test summary and explanation for each test question, showing the time it took, the score, which questions were answered correctly and which questions were wrong. Mixed test questions are presented randomly from all topics, and users can easily email results to friends, or their tutors.

* Future continuous tense
* Future forms of To Be
* Future forms of To Do
* Future forms of To Have
* Future perfect continuous tense
* Future perfect tense
* Future tense
* Past continuous tense
* Past forms of To Be
* Past forms of To Do
* Past forms of To Have
* Past perfect continuous tense
* Past perfect tense
* Past tense
* Present continuous tense
* Present forms of To Be
* Present forms of To Do
* Present forms of To Have
* Present perfect continuous tense
* Present perfect tense
* Present tense

"I felt the iPhone and iPod touch could both prove to be great devices for a higher educational purpose," said independent software developer Eknath Kadam. Careful analysis proved that teenagers do download a lot of educational apps, and this is essentially how Grammar Express was born. The content is authored by Ashok Rajeshirke, who has been teaching English for last 30 years. The app comprises very innovative way of learning rules with descriptions and a lot of examples and then practicing with hundreds of test questions. I am sure this will prove to be a great tool for mastering English grammatical tenses. Many more apps are to follow which will cover other topics in English grammar."

Device Requirements:
* iPhone or iPod Touch 2.1 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Grammar Express: Tenses 1.0 is only $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Education category. Review copies are available upon request.

Located in Foster City, California, Eknath Kadam is an independent software developer whose focus is concentrating on educational solutions for the iPhone platform. The company was founded in 2008. Copyright (C) 2008-2009 Eknath Kadam. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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