Preci​ous Memories Educational Resources


1. How can I tell whether a prepositional phrase is an adjective or an adverb?


2. We are looking at home schooling our son for the 4th grade. How you think the Winston Grammar Program will work for him? Also, how much study time is required daily for your course?


3. I did the Basic Level Program with my sons last year for 5th and 7th grade. I loved it! I plan to do Word Works with my 6th grader this year. Should I also do Word Works with my 8th grader, or should I skip to the Advanced Level Program?


4. On average, how long does it take for a child to complete the Basic Level program (with and without the Supplemental Worksheets)? At what point should the Advanced Program be considered?


5. A friend has offered an older copy of the Winston Grammar Advanced Level to me. It is the 1982 edition. How much has changed between the 1982 edition and the current edition?


6. I am college educated and write quite well. Do I really need to know all the rules? I learned by listening to what sounds correct. Obviously, I had parents who spoke correctly. I understand that a basic knowledge of the different parts of speech is necessary, but as far as clauses, etc., I have not clue. I guess I just need convincing that teaching my children the more intense grammar rules is necessary.


7. What is the difference between The Winston Grammar Program and other grammar programs?


8. BASIC GRAMMAR ERRATA AND HELPS:


9. BASIC SUPPLEMENTAL ANSWER KEY:


10. WINSTON WORD WORKS ERRATA:


11. ADVANCED LEVEL GRAMMAR ERRATA AND HELPS:


12. EXTRA HELP WITH WORKSHEETS 67, 68, 70 & 76.

Q. Sentences in the Advanced Grammar dealing with constructions such as sentence 7 on worksheet 67, sentence 5 on Worksheet 68, or sentence 5 on worksheet 70 have a dependent clause modifying an adjective which follows a linking verb. What question does the clause answer about the adjective, especially sentence 7 on worksheet 67?