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  • Prize Winners of AdeLove Quiz on Test your knowledge … N3,000 Airtime or $10 Int’l card each

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  • “If Nigeria worked, Africa as a continent would function better”  says Yemi Adamolekun

    “If Nigeria worked, Africa as a continent would function better” says Yemi Adamolekun

    Social activist Yemi Adamolekun joins Andre Blaze Henshaw on My Africa podcast to talk about the ideas behind protesting and the effects it brings forth.

    Adamolekun is the executive director of Enough Is Enough (EIE) Nigeria; an organization that describes it’s self as a “coalition of individuals and youth-led organizations committed to instituting a culture of good governance and public accountability in Nigeria”.

    EIE is involved in several projects including activism, voter education and advocacy.

    In the interview, she stated that if there […]

  • Difference between “Breath” and “Breathe”

    Difference between “Breath” and “Breathe”

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    Breath – The word “Breath” is a noun. It is the air that is taken in and expelled during breathing

    Example: (A)  he took a deep breath and dived into the pool  (B)  He would fight until his last breath.

     

    Breathe – The word “Breathe” is a verb.  To breathe means to draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs

    Example: (A) I can breathe better when the air is clean  (B) Virtually […]

  • Difference between “faint” vs “feint”

    Difference between “faint” vs “feint”

     

    Faint: To faint means to loose consciousness. faint refers to a brief loss of consciousness. As an adjective,faint means lacking in strength, conviction, clarity, or brightness.

    See example:

    1. He fainted from exhaustion.

    2. Her voice was so faint that you could hardly hear it.

     

    Feint: The noun feint refers to a mock attack or deceptive action meant to divert attention from one’s real purpose.

    Examples:

    1. The midfielder feinted to shoot

    2. The boxer grew bolder with every punch, every feint, every

  • Difference between “Slow” and “Sloe”

    Difference between “Slow” and “Sloe”

    Sloe and Slow are homophones – they both sound same but with different meanings.

    Slow is to reduce one’s speed or the speed of a vehicle or process.

    Let’s look at example below:

    – A slow train;

    – A  slow pace;

    – A plant of slow growth etc

     

    Sloe is the small bluish-black fruit of the blackthorn, with a sharp sour taste. It is used in making sloe gin (a gin flavoured with sloe juice).

     

    Let’s look at example below:

    – Sloe berry has once central seed;

    – […]