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    English Grammar

    I teach at a small cottage school and we have two classes right now: LCI and LCII. However, we intend to work right up through Henle, as is suggested on the MP site.

    At one time, I believe I remember Cheryl writing that an actual English Grammar curriculum is not necessary with a rigorous Latin program. I'd like this to be true and we've found that, especially in LCII, the knowledge of English grammar is essential for mastery in that book.

    I had thought about doing something like Daily Grams or another English Grammar course, along with the Latin, but would prefer to simply pare down and only use the Latin. Any opinions???

    Thanks!
    Audie Craft
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    Yes. A separate English Grammar course is necessary
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    12
    No. Latin will cover all the English Grammar a student will need.
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    Found Cheryl's article on this

    Well, I'm answering my own question. Under the articles on the MP site, the article entitled "Keys to a Successful Latin Program" Cheryl states, in point number 5, that a separate English Grammar course is NOT needed.

    Sorry for the use of the board, but I thought I had read that somewhere!

    Thanks and you could still cast your votes

    Audie

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