Count down in yoruba literature for JSSCE students
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Timothy Asobele, S.J.
Upper Standard Publications
These titles were written by French Professors to teach English in French language. I wondered aloud why teach English in French? Is it to save money that would have been spent in paying Professors from Oxford and Cambridge Universities salaries and to put paid to the English new found relevance as a world language over and above French language often tagged the language of diplomacy? After a deep meditation, I discovered that there is sense in the Pari. Academy's authority's decision. After all, all the cultural references that the beginners and scholars in English language will need will be easily assimilatable if taught with the mind of French. Linguistic ambiguities will be explained in clear French Lan U<I' to the French learners. This is because one can best dialogue with people whose Ii(cwu one understands very well. Paradoxically, the lifcways 0/ IIIl I Paris Academy professors are very close to th "minds" III 1111 French learners of English.
Timothy Asobele, S.J. (2007). count down in yoruba literature for JSSCE students. Dialogue of culture and peace making series