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From: PattiV in MI (lnngmibas01-pool5-a159.lnngmi.tds.net)
Subject:         Simply English, Simply Math and Simply Grammar
Date: July 2, 2007 at 8:34 pm PST

I bought the book Simply Grammar and am not happy with the wording of most of the lessons. I haven't began using the book yet, but when I do I'll have to rephrase most of it. I love the approach and the way the lessons are put together. However, the 19th Century English is too awkward for me to read to my children, and I'm afraid it may be too confusing. No one talks like that anymore.

Anyway, I have not looked at the books Simply English or Simply Math. Does anyone know if these were written in the same manner? I would love to purchase them if the lessons are written in a way that's not awkward like Simply Grammar.

Thanks,
PattiV in MI


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