How does the study of grammar fit best into an English-learning program? The best way to learn grammar is in the context of stories. More specifically, point-of-view stories, a phrase coined by English teacher A.J. Hoge. When learning grammar in the context of interesting stories, it is learned naturally, without boring drills and repetitions. In fact, point-of-view stories--the same story being heard over and over from different grammatical perspectives--can make the learning of grammar not only much faster, but also much more enjoyable.