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 knowing how to solve a simple equation 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 is merely slow to understand and needs gradual guidance to calculation. This blog answers the difficulties faced by these pupils at all levels. Parents and teachers are advised to use this book for a better result in the performance of the Slow Learners.
Nkwen is a tone language, that is, a language in which variations in pitch distinguish different words. Tone marks on words can change their pronunciation and meaning when used in isolation and in sentences. Tone variation also makes differences in tenses. When writing this language the different tone marks should be seriously considered. The following tone marks are observed in the Nkwen language:
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Marked by “bə”, the events or situations in this tense are to be completed a few minutes or a few hours from the moment of speaking on the same day. The certainty that the action will take place is very high.