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    Re: A paradigm shift in Reed-Kellogg

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Antonson View Post
    NICE GOING!
    I see why you seem excited. What a find! How did you find it?
    That whole book should be pleasant reading for a Reed-Kellogger.
    Thanks
    ***NOT A TEACHER***I stumbled upon it after simply typing in "Reed-Kellogg." Many websites came up and I just clicked on some. I think their original grammar book with only the sentences (not the diagrams) is also there somewhere.

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    Re: A paradigm shift in Reed-Kellogg

    Yes, I know that their original book is there. It's not that great to read.
    BUT THE KEY!
    I have already ordered my copy from Amazon -- not at all expensive.

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