GrammarQuest is a fully functional 97-slide Jeopardy-like game in which students select a category and amount, see the "answer," then have to buzz in for an opportunity to give the correct "question." The game matrix is fully interactive, allowing the teacher-moderator to click once to return to the game board. Daily Doubles and a final round question add to the fun. The first three slides contain complete directions. The game begins on Slide 4. Extensive use of hyperlinks allows the teacher to navigate easily through the game board and maintain an uninterrupted flow to the lesson. The game typically uses a full period and is aimed at grades 5-12. It can be used both as a review tool and as a vehicle for accessing prior knowledge when introducing a more complex grammar unit. Second language learners can also find it beneficial. Those who download the preview can test its functionality by playing the slideshow, then clicking anywhere on the first slide, then selecting category Ay, Ay, Ay for 100. The "answer" will come up, then the "Question" can be seen by clicking on the Category and Amount at the top of the screen. Clicking at the same point on the Question slide will return the user to the main game board, from which the selected amount will have disappeared.