Day: June 4, 2012

English Tutor

Using “Me” and “I”

There are many ways to use “me” and “I” without repeating yourself or sounding like a terribly uneducated/unschooled person. For example, it is WRONG to say, “Me, I want to eat bananas.” Rather, the CORRECT way to say it would be, “I prefer to eat bananas” or “I would like to eat bananas.” or “I am craving bananas” or “I […]

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Unnecessary Change

By Kefilwe Letho: Isn’t it interesting how most people combine, misunderstand and label difference of opinion, belief or moral code as “hate”? That definitely has to come to an immediate stop. I won’t delve too deep into religion: Believe it or not, it doesn’t necessarily mean if the streamline of time changing, morals, standards, beliefs must automatically follow.  Nothing should […]

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Inspirational, Tale Africa

Meeting the Navigators

By Nick Twinamatsiko: I was a Makerere University fresher, and had come to St. Francis Chapel for an orientation week fellowship, when I met Edward. I think (perhaps with a touch of vanity) that I was one of the most well-read teenagers in the country, and one of the most ambitious. In the just-ended vacation, I had read The Picture […]

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Short Stories, Tale Africa

Jacob and I

By Kathryn Yule Mweupe Kazibwe: Few things are harder than forgiving oneself, especially for breaking, to no gain, a promise that was meant to be kept. I know this, but I still make promises, to myself as well as to others, and keep breaking those promises. When I vowed to keep myself sexually pure until marriage, I was serious about […]

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P.s I love You, Series

P.s. I love You: Along a country road

By Andrew Pacutho: Driving down a country road, the wind through your hair; the sunroof is down and half of you sticks out of the car as we speed along. Your white cotton dress reaches to your knees, your smooth legs now at eye level. We drive through a trading centre and little kids wave back excitedly on response to your […]

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