Harvey's Elementary Grammar and Composition: Harvey's Language Course

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Mott Media, 2001 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 121 pages
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This textbook can be used in grades 4 to 6. A language study done in three parts with composition woven throughout, this text begins with words, moves to simple sentences and later to complex sentences, easing the child into grammar along the way. The eight parts of speech are studied as well as punctuation.

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Worst Grammar I've Seen

User Review  - Vikki Mundy - Christianbook.com

People seem to love Harvey's Grammar or hate it. "Hate" is too strong a word, here, but I can't figure out what's to like about this. "Classical" is a word that's hip these days in homeschool circles ... Read full review

Great way to teach grammer

User Review  - Annie - Christianbook.com

It is to bad that the schools no longer teach this way. This is such an easy way of teaching grammer, in this book you will learn so much and it will make so much sence. As you teach your children you will learn. This book is wonderful!!! Read full review

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