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Daily Grammar Lessons eBook


The Daily Grammar Lessons eBook is a fun, convenient way to learn grammar. Each eBook contains all 440 lessons and 88 quizzes written by Mr. Bill Johanson.  For easier learning, the lessons have been grouped together and placed in chapters. A convenient index has been added to help readers locate specific grammar subjects.  A helpful glossary has also been added to aid readers in finding definitions of grammar terms quickly and easily.  To preview  the Daily Grammar Lessons eBook, please click here.


By simplifying grammar into short lessons, the Daily Grammar Lessons eBook is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to learn grammar. The Daily Grammar Lessons eBook is a great teaching tool for both public and home-schooled children, ESL students, and anyone needing to refresh English grammar skills.  The eBook consists of three parts: speech, sentence structure, and mechanics.


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Daily Grammar Lessons eBook - $6.95 USD

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Daily Grammar Lessons eBook on CD - $10.95 USD

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The author of all Daily Grammar’s lessons is Mr. Bill Johanson. Mr. Johanson has dedicated over thirty years of his life preparing children for college and professional settings by teaching English classes in both high school and junior high schools.


Teachers, who teach in our public school system, have our permission to duplicate and use the Daily Grammar lessons in their classrooms so long as the copyright information is preserved.