The KISS Grammar
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the analysis of specific
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See "The Smartest People Ask the 'Stupid' Questions."
definitions of KISS terms,
types of effective exercises,
examples of specific exercises,
problems in using the approach,
sequencing of instruction,
and natural syntactic development.
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