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Common English Grammar mistakes:Well, you can start by reading through this post to see which common grammar mistakes resonate with you the most. (It’s okay — we’re all guilty of at least one.) Make a mental note to avoid that mistake in the future, or heck, just bookmark this page to remind yourself of them over and over (and over) again. Misplaced apostrophes: Apostrophes aren’t difficult to use once you know how, but putting them in the wrong place is one o
Chinua Achebe started school at St Philips Central School, Apkakaogwe Ogidi in 1936. He was asked to proceed to the religious class where pupils engaged in singing and sometimes dancing of the catechism, chanting of English rhymes, and general entertainment. After he had spent a week in the religious class, his teacher, Rev. Nelson Ezekwesili sent him to the higher infant school because the child exhibited signs of intelligence. Achebe became the finest English reader and during dictations lessons, he would normally get excellent marks. He possessed the best handwriting in the class and perfor
Different people have different preferences and ways of doing things. This is also true in the way people study. A study technique that works for one person will not necessarily be effective for everyone. There are, however, some general practices that can help each learner minimize wasted time and frustration, and help them maximize their academic performance.
Research, as defined by Cambridge dictionary, is "a detailed study of a subject, especially in order to discover (new) information or reach a (new) understanding." As per Webster, it implies careful or diligent search, studious inquiry or examination, collecting of information about a particular subject.
Most students choose the wrong career in life, which affects their learning and success in school. As a student you need to identify your strengths and weaknesses.
All of us, students and non-students alike, forget important things. This happens when we don't transfer information into long-term memory. It is important to know how to do this in order to do well in school and beyond. Just think about it: you need to remember what you read, what your boss told you, the driving directions someone rushes at you at a stoplight, or, if you are a student, what the teacher says.