2Mayega: I really like the way you did when you first started learning English, I mean..as you said, you didn't rush to an English class, and on top of that you were reading the same novel as in school. It is not wonderful that "call of English"? Just the same as me, but my TOEIC results were fairly encouraging...Thank you for your comment ^_^
2Emat: I'm very happy Emat, you don't even need to tell me whether you like learning English... I have noticed how active you're on this bbcblog; you would always leave a comment...Thanks and just keep in learning
2Natanael: Waouhhh!!! It looks like I have a lot to share with all of you on this blog... Anyway I'm willing to. Nice to meet you too.
2Beatriz: I like your comment. Yes I think I like it. And...I think it's the best comment. Hemmm...please do you mind keeping in sending comments? Thank you
2Nastya: Your comment Nastya just remind me and give me a confirmation that it's absolutely necessary that we love the language we learn, in order to be able to speak... Thank you.
2Franscisco De Paula: Seven years!! Learning by yourself!! On top of that just for fun!!! I'm afraid but you may be crazy about English. Just like me. Thank s for your comment. By the way, I like your name, it sounds like a..a queen! You see? I'm not only crazy about English
2Pary: Well Pary, I just like the way you like English, I like the way English is sweet for you, I like the way you take advantage of this language to make friends,I like you feel your homeland as a paradise, and I would like you not to stop to post some comments from time to time.
2Silverize: Hmm..i'm confused, are you still Nastya or someone else with the same name? anyway I don't look like, but I'm 22 and Thank you for helping me to realize that in 22 years of LIFE I've made only four real friends. No I'm not joking.
2Elisabeth: Thank you Lisa (can i?) to send me to the dictionary, yes it is a very warm welcome. I just hope I've perfectly understood what you said..hmm..well a paradise must be endless. So it may not be one if you feel it pleasant only for a short period. But are you sure that white coat-dressed hills are not just breathtaking in spite of the temperature? It's nice to have your comment; I've learnt some new expressions, Thanks. Oh I forgot! I like Bamenda because there are many waterfalls. I wish I could be a waterfall.
2Mike: Hi Mike! Thanks for your comment, don't worry, I'll be very and really wordy!
2Ashish: I'm happy because by the end of this month, you may not only think about football when you will be hearing about Cameroon. I like your optimism when you say you're getting better in English day after day...Thanks for your comment. By the way do you still believe in Argentina's team?
2Seka: Hello you! I have just one thing to say: TheBBC learning English website is there for you.
2Doming: you're totally right, this name comes from a St. well, I think keep using the native language is not that bad, but "wasting" this great opportunity to speak English is...well for me it would've been wonderful if both languages were well taught. And yes I really try to make the most of English when I'm in Cameroon; it's a bit a shame that I realized it later .Anyway, thanks for your comment.
Here, some believe in the power of fire; there are some villages here in Senegal where there is no light. So they enjoy the firewood, sitting in a semi-circle, telling the children some wonderful stories coming out from nowhere but, according to them, lived by the ancestors.
The modern kitchens are widely used, but somewhere behind the house, near the baobab (in Senegal) or near the large farm (in Cameroon), we can always find this cute small cottage where this firewood takes in its charge the endless cooking of this famous Senegalese dish "tiep bou diene", or this cameroon's dish "ndole".
And what about the environmental issues? Of course it's terrible to use a firewood, only the weather can certify it; climate change with dozen of consequences..greenhouse effect..Global warming...
Some of us say "that's terrible! Something must be done"! Most of us say " we couldn't care less". But don't worry dear friends, we really care about that climate change when we realize in Senegal that the livestocks look as if they are on a diet (e.g. Skinny goat) or in Cameroon, when the harvest suggest you to go on a diet.
Anyway, these are some pictures of what you can get from firewood. Just let me know which one you prefer, and tell me your feelings about the environment. All right guys, I really looking forward to your opinions.