English Grammar In Use is a very good program for learning English, but it was written in 1994 and was designed for the DOS operating system. Here's what you'll need to know about running this software on Windows.
A great deal of work was done on this program. There are 130 lessons (Units) in the course. They cover the content of Grammar in English. The lesson structure includes both theoretical and practical points. In theory, the concepts have a clear understanding. In real life, they are presented through the examples. Students proceed to practical exercises, where they must select specific solutions from specified answers. Once you enter a word (or combination of words), you'll receive an email stating whether it was written correctly (bottom right, fingers up or down). A hint will appear when you try a few times. a Special Program SETUP which provides specific configurations as well as other parameters.EXE. The file of the English Grammar In Use program itself is called E_GR.EXE - Running it should complete this task.
Upon your first attempt, you will see that there are three units. On the bottom is a control button. To select Unit-While in Unit mode and pressing F2, you can enter the number of a lesson or simply select the lesson to which your mouse pointer must be pressed. To view a list of the students and the types of lessons being offered, press Table of contents. Scrolling up and down the page is accomplished by using the "Pg Up" and "Pg Dn" buttons on the bottom right of the page. The effect of the button is to move the page or to move it up or down depending on your selection of the button for the second time. It will assist in self-development on a general level as well as on a personal level.In the teacher's office, classroom computers will be used to study and teach students.
No computer at home or school has access to the DOS operating system, so you should use a DOS emulator when running the program in Windows. In the process, DOSBox and D were used.O.G. It is powered by a graphical shell. Both programs must be downloaded and installed on your computer for them to work. It provides English Grammar In Use on computers running any Windows operating system, including Windows 7, so all versions of Windows are supported.
We now need to run Windows to get both components running.O.G. To open DOSBox, click the first button in the first window, i.e. select the executable file from the list.Alternatively you can select DOSBox by going to the folder where the emulator was installed.First we give the exe file a name and a version. With the D we see now that the U.S.O.G. This is an inter-operable interface that can be linked to the DOSBox emulator (see screenshots further down this page). In the D.O.G. The E_GR must be dragged and dropped in the window.EXE and SETUP.EXE files. You should also know about SETUP.Program Configuration by EXE is used. As soon as your plans change the default settings, you can set them up by COMMAND-FINDER.We are not going to run the EXE extension, and then delete it from the list of D files.O.G. Selecting the file that needs to be run will be done, then you must press Enter on the keyboard. It may not be the easiest task, but then you are free to go.O.G. You can then run this program from this file and use it with English grammar.