The English language in Nigeria has a life of its own. Especially when spoken to an outsider. I’ve heard them speak to each other, and it doesn’t have the same awkward twists and turns they employ when they speak to me. The difference, I noticed, is the way they pace...
“The real culprit is my faineancy (And in case you're wondering... If you are too lazy to look up what faineancy means, well, perhaps you're faineant as well).”from - Adios... Hammy Goes., read the full article...
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