Hello and welcome to AGGA. The Anti-Grammar Grammar Approach to learning English



Kill some time playing Killtime and a big hello and welcome to AGGA. The Anti-Grammar Grammar Approach to learning English


Bad Grammar Invaders ie BGIs threaten your town with some grammar that is so bad you have to correct it. If you don't you will pay the consequences.




Train your automatic response mechanisms for some of the simplest English constructions. Be so quick, you


Cick on the images to play.




Arty English is a free language training app designed to improve English fluency. Aimed at anyone aged 17+ and learning English from an Advanced Beginner to Elementary level, it has 200+ questions or statements with only one correct answer. Learn grammar organically and how to use many commonly used and high frequency English structures.
The app directs learner's attention towards English Fluency and Automatic Recognition and Response Mechanisms to produce both correct and natural English from from quite easy to a little difficult. There are two modes providing essential practice that will enable you to use common everyday expressions effectively and with confidence. Learners at higher levels will also find it useful.


The first mode, a quiz format containing several question types, is a training session focusing on Automatic Response Training through combinations of Visual, Auditory and Kinesthetic Learning Styles:
Listen/Listen skills;
and multiple choice formats:
Correct or Incorrect;
matching Qs & As;
Drag & Drop;
Fill in the blanks;
sound/sound matching
Picture/ Sound Matching

In the second mode the real fun starts- dangerous fun: a retro style game in which you save the world from Bad Grammar Alienz. Engage in ten battles with the evil BaGralZ whose main linguistic deficiency is speaking without prepositions. Arghhh!! Can you do better? You’re going to need to if you want to get a better score on those IELTS and TOIEC exams.


More Automatic Response Training above and below for the
Battle of a Hundred Lifetimes.

Defeat the BaGraalz (Bad Grammar Alienz). They plan to take over the earth.
Can you prevent them from doing so with your far superior grammar?

Level #1 is here.

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Under development
The Anti-Grammar
Grammar Approach
Beating the Hanoi traffic
Learning English
at the same time
















Click on image for Fluency and Memory Training Exercises. Click below for app.




Click on image for Fluency and Memory Training Exercises. (English with Vietnamese translation)



Quiz game(fluency training app) coming soon.

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Welcome to English Learning thru



What, most of all, do we need when we are learning English?

Read on.....OR click the lips for the answer.

Cô cháu gái* 12 tuổi người Việt của tôi và tôi thường chơi trò ‘kịch câm’. Chúng tôi ‘nói’ với nhau bằng tiếng Anh nhưng bằng cách chỉ máy môi và đọc môi của nhau. Không phát ra âm thanh, đó là sự kết hợp của cách phát âm cường điệu kết hợp với biểu đạt của khuôn mặt sống động, mang cảm xúc để giúp truyền tải không chỉ ý nghĩa mà còn cả CẢM NHẬN!...Mới đây, trên một chuyến tàu dài từ Đà Nẵng đi Hà Nội, chúng tôi cũng có một số đoạn ‘hội thoại câm’. Có lẽ trông chúng tôi rất kỳ quặc, vì nhiều hành khách đi cùng đã nhìn chúng tôi bằng con mắt hiếu kỳ.

*Người Hà Nội gốc
My 12 year old niece and I often play a ‘silent talk’ game. We ‘talk’ to each other in English  by just moving our mouths and reading each others’ lips. No sound! Just a mixture of exaggerated enunciation combined with lively, emotion charged facial expressions to help convey not only meaning but also the FEELING!....Recently, on the long train journey from Da Nang to Hanoi, we had a number of our ‘silent conversations’. It must’ve looked weird. Because many of our fellow passengers sure gave us some strange looks.


































Memorizing some of the more important questions







Hello and welcome to


The Anti-Grammar Grammar Approach
to learning English


Many late learners of English aged from around their mid-twenties have problems with the final consonants in English. For example, they remove the 'f' from 'wife' making it sound like 'y' in 'why' and make the 'n' in 'train' disappear and have it become a 'tray'
Do you?

Well you're lucky!


Because many native speakers

do too.