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Old 01-24-2023, 10:01 AM
Location: State of Transition
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Originally Posted by TMSRetired View Post
I went to college in the mid 80's.

As far as any type of grammar class...that was elementary school for me. After that there was no more "grammar class".
I'm getting the impression that some schools covered advanced college-prep grammar in courses called "English Composition". A few people mentioned having that even at the college level. But in the West Coast states, there's never been any such thing by any designation in grade school or HS. Or at least--not in CA or WA.
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