One of the best ways to get ready for the review of previous Syntax and Morphology is to browse at random through the Practice Sentences in previous lessons. The best way to reinforce and repeat the grammatical principles and word forms is to look at the old sentences making sure that you understand the form of each word and why that form is being used.
Another thing you can do is to review systematically all the "Simple Sentences" for the lessons in Croy. These Simple Sentences provide a quick way to review the main points of syntax covered in each lesson.
There is also a Syntax Review Chart to help you keep track of the topics you have covered so far.
For morphology, you can create special flash card sets to help you practice the different forms of the word. For example, if you are working on the future tense, you can write out the paradigms for several verbs in the future tense in first-second-third persons, singular and plural. You can then make flash cards to allow you to practice these forms the same as you would practice vocabulary items.
Another way you can review is to look back over your previous Syntax and Morphology quiz attempts to see which items you had problems with in the past. After a quiz deadline has passed, you can consult your answers to the previous quizzes to see just which questions you go right, and which ones you got wrong. To do this, go to the Desire2Learn Quizzes area and click on one of the past quizzes. Then click on the Submissions tab. You will see links to all your previous attempts. You can look at each attempt to see which questions you had problems with in the past.
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