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Busuu: A Language That Only 8 People Speak

Posted by rod - 17.05.2011

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Wow this is really a fantastic initiative by Adrian Hilti and Bernhard Niesner who have created the website. Currently there are only 8 people in the world who can speak Busuu and that in Cameroon, Africa but with a bit of luck this almost extinct language could rise up to new highs. I really hope. You should definitely check out the video because it is produced with a lot of love behind it. via netorama

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  • From: Jesca
  • Oct 27, 2015

Dear Tom,You taught me Biology and Human Biology in GSS Nyasoso from 1983-1985. Although I was an arts stdneut, I loved Biology so much because of the manner you taught the subject and set your questions during tests or examinations.To pass your test or examination required thinking and reflection rather than the regurgitatation of notes copied in class. The foundation you gave me (us) in Biology in GSS Nyasoso during those years has been treasured by me (us) always because it made me a very good stdneut in Biogeography in High School (CCAST Bambili,1985-1987).Another aspect about your teaching that I admired so much was the manner in which you always attended to the academic needs of your stdneuts including motivational techniques employed by you to reward top grade stdneuts. I can still remember vividly how you would invite those of us with high grades in Biology to your house for a party (soft drinks and porp corn) were also provided and we would dance to the tune of Thriller by Micheal Jackson. On many occasions, you bought excercise books for those stdneuts who complained that they did not have them to take down your notes.I have not forgotten your generosity/kindness towards some of my classmates (Kerenge Elias Besong Mbi and Tayo Judith) whom you took under your wings for a number of years.In the social and sports arenas, we always met and had a great time. During “socials” in the school chapel, you will be there with us or in one of the many football pitches in the compound, we shall be throwing frisbee together.The night before we wrote Biology paper II in 1985, you made rounds to the dormitory to inquire how we were preparing for the paper in the morning, you answered some last minute questions we had and asked us to have enough sleep prior to the examination in the morning. I was indeed touched by this gesture of yours. No wonder many Biology stdneuts scored grade A at the GCE Ordinary Level in 1985.Let me use this opportunity to thank you for being a great teacher and friend.Divine KogeLL.M Human Rights Law (University of Utrecht, Holland)UNHCR Djibouti.Reply

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