Tuesday, 8 November 2022

My mother, my world !

At the terminus of the stars, where horoscope is settled 

The dullards with the apron of nemesis by their sides. 

The pundits with challenges stationed on their ways.

Akimbo, the paupers stand with poverty attached to their hemstitch.

Aside seated the well-offs

Awaiting the next available vehicles faring to the mysterious world. 

‘We’ve waited for so long

Longed daily to see the light of a new dawn on earth. 

Be it luck or doom, we’re ready for

Saturday, 29 October 2022

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Thursday, 28 April 2022

The Cry of Destiny: The Most Intriguing and Enthralling Novel Ever.

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You are given free access to read through the chapter ten of the intriguing novel.

Chapter ten 

Three years later – a year of silence in which Sarah failed in all her attempts to abate Daniel’s life. Meanwhile, while Damilola was an apprentice under a renowned bricklayer in the community; he raped the daughter of his master. The man sent him away and warned him strictly that he must not set his eyes on him again if he doesn’t have a spare soul.

Tuesday, 26 April 2022

100 Common English Idioms: their Meanings and Usages


What is an idiom?

An idiom is an expression where the meaning is different from the meaning of the individual words.

Friday, 22 April 2022

A Comprehensive Lesson on Word Stress


What Is Word Stress?

In English, the individual sounds of a word (i.e. syllables—which we’ll discuss in just a moment) aren’t pronounced with the same weight. One syllable receives more emphasis than the others.

For example, there are three syllables in the word “beautiful” /BEAU-ti-ful/ and the word stress falls on the first one /BEAU/. (Please note that in this lesson, I’ll demonstrate the stress in a word by capitalizing all the letters that make up the syllable.)

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