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Test Your English Skills with Typo
r u mad bro wen ppl talk lyk dis? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, I may have had a mild aneurysm as a result of the preceding sentence. No matter how facile you are with the language, however, there are always undoubtedly some weak spots. For many, this is unearthed in the spellings of unfamiliar words. For others, it’s differentiating between homonyms. Whatever the case, it’s always good to get a little more practice.
To aid in one’s quest towards literary perfection, XDA Forum Member The Waswas created the edutainment title Typo! As its name alludes, the game tests your skills in determining which commonly misspelled words are written incorrectly. It also tests punctuation and grammar, albeit considerably less frustratingly so. After all, fullfil seems legit, right?
Typo! is useful in teaching some of the basics to young kids and non-native speakers in a fun way, as well as frustrating for your less verbally inclined friends. Whatever the case, your English test is waiting for you over in the game thread.
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