Memoria Press' English Grammar Manual is unique because it is consistent with the trivium stages of learning. It emphasizes memorization of facts first as the necessary preparation for the logic-level skills of diagramming and analysis. It covers common capitalization and punctuation rules, and approximately 150 grammar facts in a logical and systematic sequence. Organized much like a catechism, it teaches about 30 grammar facts per year through the method of oral recitation of questions and answers.
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