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

Moods of Sentences 1-2
Nine Parts of Speech 3-7
Pronouns 8-12
Verbs 13-18
Adverbs 19-21
Clauses and Sentences 22-24
Modifiers 25-26
Three Degrees of Comparison 27
Singular and Plural 28-30
Conjunctions 31-32
Capital Letters 33-36
Punctuation  
Ampersand 37
Apostrophe 37-38
Asterisk 38
At sign @ 38
Bold 39
Colon 39
Comma 40-43
Dashes/Ellipsis 44
Exclamation Point 45
Hyphen 45-46
Italic 46
Parentheses 47
Period 47-48
Question Mark 48
Quotation Marks 49
Semi-Colon 50
Underline 50
Tricky Words  
Affect and Effect 51
Who and Whom 51
Neither/Nor and Either/Or 52
This, That, These, Those, Which, Them, They 53-54
Than and Then 55
Shall and Will 56
Notes, Personal Letters, and Essays 57-60
Proofread 61-62

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