Flash Card Self-Taught ABC Grammar

You will be receiving 62 (8.5x5.5) flash cards on cardstock. With these cards, you can teach yourself the basics of grammar. Children will not be able to teach themselves the program. We created the program for adults that wanted additional grammar skills. We have not gone into a tremendous amount of detail, but have given you the basics as simply as possible. There are sentences with illustrations throughout the program. We have made up a thirteen-page quiz that has nine-pages of answers for correcting yourself and for additional learning.

Table of Contents

1. Moods of Sentences  
2. Nine Parts of Speech  
3. Pronouns  
4. Verbs  
5. Adverbs  
6. Clauses and Sentences  
7. Modifiers  
8. Three Degrees of Comparison  
9. Singular and Plural  
10. Conjunctions  
11. Capital Letters  

12. Punctuation:                                                                                                                         Colon, Semi-Colon, Underline, Comma, Italic, Ampersand, Apostrophe, Asterisk, At sign @, Bold, Dashes, Ellipsis, Exclamation Point, Hyphen, Parentheses, Period, Question Mark, Quotation Marks                                                                                            13. Tricky Words:                                                                                                                        Affect and Effect, Who and Whom, Neither/Nor and Either/Or, This and That, Than and Then, Shall and Will, These Those Which Them and They                                              14. Notes, Personal Letters, and Essays                                                                                   15. Proofread

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
   
   

The program is great. I give it an A+ in my book. I love how I am learning how to understand the sounds. A program like this is very hard to locate. The cards work so well with the DVDs. The pictures on the DVDs and the flashcards help the person with a learning problem. I can review the program many times to help me understand. There is lots of material to learn, and I can do it at home. There is no rush to complete the program.

L. Kirby