Day: February 21, 2013

Poetry, Tale Africa

Great Minds

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: Whoa! Small mind, stay away from me. As for you ordinary mind, I don't need you. Hey! Great mind, come closer. A great mind has great ears That hear when God says: “Lift up your eyes!” A great mind has great eyes That see what it owns Before it receives A great mind has hands […]

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Where, Were and Wear

By English Tutor: Where, were and wear. The three words are commonly confused in writing more than they are in speech. Where = has to do with location. E.g. where did you go over Christmas? Were = is a form of the past tense to be used after we, you and they or a plural noun. E.g. we were at […]

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Want and Need

By English Tutor: The distinction between the two lies basically within what the intended meaning is. Wanting something has to do more with the desire for something. The wanting of something is not a matter of life or death in grammatical terms. When  someone or something is in want of something, there is no urgency. Interchanging want and need with […]

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