Introduction to these Workbooks

An Ideal Sequence for KISS Grammar

G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 G12

Book 8

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Introduction and Objectives
P-Pr
Writing Compound Sentences with a Dash, Colon, or Semicolon (Level 3.1.1, Ex. 5}
7 Exercise NA ToC
ID IM "So" and "For" as Conjunctions TN
N A Research Project--Searching Texts for "So" and "For" AK ToC
Verbals -- More Practice with Infinitives
ID-R Ellipsed Infinitives (Level 4.4, Ex. 6)
N FromThe Master of Ballantrae, by R. L. Stevenson AK ToC
N From Jack London's The Call of the Wild AK ToC
ID-R "To be to" -  Ellipsed Passive plus an Infinitive?
(Level 5.7, Ex. 8)
N FromBlack Beauty, by Anna Sewell, Ex # 2 AK ToC
ID-R Infinitives (Level 4.4, Ex. 7)
N "H.M.S. Endeavour," by John Batchelor [paragraph 1 of 2] AK ToC
N "H.M.S. Endeavour," by John Batchelor [paragraph 2 of 2] AK ToC
An Introduction to Noun Absolutes (Level 5.8)
ID IM Identifying Noun Absolutes (Level 5.8, Ex. 1) TN
(The current IM includes Noun Absolutes as Nouns--I need to separate the two.)
N From The Secret Garden, by Frances Hodgson Burnett AK ToC
N From 20,000 Leagues Under the Seas, by Jules Verne AK ToC
S Rewriting Sentences by Using Noun Absolutes (Level 5.8, Ex. 2)
N From Heidi, by Johanna Spyri AK ToC
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