Gospel – Luke 3:10-18
Prepositions are linking or connecting words. They link words that follow them to other words in a sentence. We can equally say a preposition is a connecting word which shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word in a sentence. Examples:
Fə̀li’i dzwi ndyâ.
There is smoke in the house. There is a stranger in the house.
This lesson is aimed at helping those pupils who after passing through level one (Primary 1 and 2) reach levels two and three (Primary 3 – 6) without being able to solve simple equations in Mathematics. This makes them fail their exams not because they are dull. Some teachers also hurriedly teach Mathematics without taking into consideration some basic principles. This class of pupils are merely slow to understand and needs gradual guidance to calculation. This blog gives an answer to the difficulties faced by these pupils at all levels. Parents and teachers are advised to use this lesson for a better result in the performance of the Slow Learners.
Corn Fufu and Njyama-njyama is a typical African dish, so rich in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish has become so popular that it is now eaten in many countries of the world because of its richness. The main ingredients used to prepare a tasty corn fufu and njyama-njyama dish are as listed below.
Achu and Yellow soup is a typical African Traditional dish of the Ngemba clan in Cameroon. It is a dish so abundant in the various food nutrients. This traditional dish, because of its richness, has become so popular that it is now eaten all over the country and in many countries of the world. The process to come out with a tasty dish of Achu and Yellow Soup is in three stages; the preparation, the actual pounding, and the Yellow soup preparation.
As early as 5:30 AM that morning, I got up, hurried with my morning chores and got myself ready because I never wanted to miss any bit of the Mass…
Àbàa ntəǝ nə̀ kàa nluu. An Advice bag never gets full. Fya azuŋə ambwo ŋù wuma a zhi ǹdwènə̀. Give something to one who knows the value. (Said in a situation where someone takes good care of something)