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I'm not sure if this place is the right place for asking this question. (Forgive me if I'm doing something wrong at the moment.)

I would like to know if Is there a study guide for determining missing topics in English for foreign learners?

I have a book named "Grammar In Use", it has a study guide part when I answer questions on that part I can learn which topics of English missing for me, such as Future tense,passive voice...are missing . Study unit 1,2 ... so on.

Is there any good online resource or software do similar job for me. I would like to evaluate my free time logically.

Note:I'm not asking for a level test. I would like to learn what exactly I really do not know.

Thanks in Advance

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You may find English Language Learners useful. –  jwpat7 Aug 16 '13 at 15:48
This question appears to be off-topic because it belongs on English Language Learners –  TrevorD Aug 16 '13 at 15:54
But it deserves an answer anyway. There are lots of online resources that will tutor you in "traditional grammar". Mostly they are worthless because they don't really deal with English grammar. But I can recommend Ivy League Analytical English podcasts. –  John Lawler Aug 16 '13 at 18:10
If you're confident about which level you are, Beginner, Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate etc. I would recommend New English File by Oxford University Press. Nice interactive website including vocabulary, grammar exercises, pronunciation tasks etc. –  Mari-Lou A Aug 19 '13 at 5:25
As I Noted in my question before I'm not looking for that. Anyway thank you so much. I just have limited time to exams similar to TOEFL and I would like to learn which grammar topics I need to review. I don't wanna repeat whole English grammar. I need a self analyzer-study guide like app or sheets. Such as Grammar In Use's Study Guide amazon.com/English-Grammar-Use-Answers-Intermediate/dp/… It has at the back of the book. –  Davut Gürbüz Aug 19 '13 at 5:48
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closed as off-topic by TrevorD, p.s.w.g, Mari-Lou A, Kris, Mitch Aug 19 '13 at 14:43

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