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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Juyviyvf: 3:40pm On Mar 31, 2020
J111333:
People are researching for its cure and you're researching for grammar associated with it.
Leaving content and chasing shadow, typical African.undecided
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by OneKinGuy(m): 3:40pm On Mar 31, 2020
This is a very impressive and creative post. Thumbs up to whoever wrote it.

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Doctor2021: 3:41pm On Mar 31, 2020
This is educative.

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by bammo: 3:41pm On Mar 31, 2020
Quite educative.. thanks

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Fididiguy(m): 3:41pm On Mar 31, 2020
I learn a lot here
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Kay25(m): 3:41pm On Mar 31, 2020
[quote author=OnlineTv247 post=87956859]

Source: https://www.farooqkperogi.com/2020/03/7-corovavirus-grammar-lessons.html?m=1

Farouq Kperogi, Mass Communication Professor, writes from the US[/quote
good one
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by sagaciousblog: 3:43pm On Mar 31, 2020
I think number 7 is wrong though. Covid19 is referring to a particular strain of Coronavirus of which there are others which causes SARS and MERS. So, all COVID19 are coronaviruses but not all Corona viruses are Covid19. I might be wrong though.

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Correcto: 3:43pm On Mar 31, 2020
It started as an epidemic then became a pandemic.
Kendumazy:
Coronavirus isn't an epidemic. It's a pandemic. Take note.

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Jide11CAC: 3:43pm On Mar 31, 2020
Number 2 and 6 are for me. Thanks, I will put it in mind. But you went too far with your number 7

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by feelgoodstuffs(m): 3:44pm On Mar 31, 2020
Noted
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by shogsman(m): 3:44pm On Mar 31, 2020
Good one ,thanks op
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by adams123: 3:46pm On Mar 31, 2020
kai! and he is insulting our president like this? why na Mr Faroq?
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by faithfull18(f): 3:48pm On Mar 31, 2020
Ok.
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by ForestDion: 3:49pm On Mar 31, 2020
My problem is, I want to know how news get to this forum. Is it that any member can do that or, there is someone that should be contacted? I have more than enough to share with the world when it comes to information.

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by ZooOga: 3:49pm On Mar 31, 2020
Jaynom:
Lol . Corona doesn't care about "Grammar" grin

NL local posters don't care about Grammar

Fixed wink

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by pmoye(m): 3:51pm On Mar 31, 2020
The last point is obviously incorrect. COVID-19 is not a synonym but a species (a type) of coronavirus. The term 'coronavirus' merely describes the physical appearance of a group of virus of the family coroviridae. Saying coronavirus is also called COVID-19 is thus erroneous. The COVID-19 the world is currently combating is referred to scientifically as SARS-CoV2 in recognition of its high genetic similarity to the (now) old SARS virus (SARS-CoV).


OnlineTv247:


Source: https://www.farooqkperogi.com/2020/03/7-corovavirus-grammar-lessons.html?m=1

Farouq Kperogi, Mass Communication Professor, writes from the US

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by weedfada(m): 3:55pm On Mar 31, 2020
J111333:
People are researching for its cure and you're researching for grammar associated with it.
Leaving content and chasing shadow, typical African.undecided

Guy u wicked o! Chai!
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by saajus: 3:57pm On Mar 31, 2020
Thanks for this great piece. It's wonderful
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by ORBLIGHTS(m): 3:57pm On Mar 31, 2020
Don’t be misled by what a certain physically quarantined and mentally isolated “president,” now infamously known as “President COVIK”





And this is what u can say about our president? YOU ARE NOBODY AND SO SHALL U REMAIN!

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Gandollaar(f): 3:58pm On Mar 31, 2020
Roon9:
Lmao! Nothing bubu no go see for Cuba grin
Kikikikikiki grin. Asin ehn grin
But his Zombies have already turned a very good humor to calling the writer names. grin

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Nobody: 3:58pm On Mar 31, 2020
I said it before most of nigerian journalist are lazy hungry bloggers
Tested positive TO coronavirus, is been used everywhere you go like mtn
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by ipobarethieves: 4:00pm On Mar 31, 2020
sad go and teach the Dundee from daura diz

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by deebrain(m): 4:00pm On Mar 31, 2020
Very enlightening.

Number 5 noted.

Number 7 hilarious.
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Gandollaar(f): 4:00pm On Mar 31, 2020
weedfada:


Guy u wicked o! Chai!
Except you quoted your yourself, there's nothing Savage about that post.
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by ofiko123(m): 4:01pm On Mar 31, 2020
God will save us from this coronarivus..
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Kdon2: 4:02pm On Mar 31, 2020
J111333:
People are researching for its cure and you're researching for grammar associated with it.
Leaving content and chasing shadow, typical African.undecided

I suppose we learn everyday. That's his field
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Godpikin4real(f): 4:02pm On Mar 31, 2020
I beg, free us ooo, no b grammar de our mind now buhh how this cross go pass over us.
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Ladiesdoctor(m): 4:02pm On Mar 31, 2020
Nonsense.
Our spellings and pronunciation is in African way.

If you want speak like a prince in England kindly relocate!

I hate nonsense
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Romario(m): 4:04pm On Mar 31, 2020
Thanks very much sir for educating us on coronavirus.

However, please let's be mindful of our post on social media. Your number 7 point is too harsh. No matter what, Nigeria is our fatherland.

Thanks

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Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by femijamz: 4:05pm On Mar 31, 2020
The only thing that's funny here is our rubber stamp Senate president that said a woman killed her husband to death.
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by Kdon2: 4:09pm On Mar 31, 2020
Romario:
Thanks very much sir for educating us on coronavirus.

However, please let's be mindful of our post on social media. Your number 7 point is too harsh. No matter what, Nigeria is our fatherland.

Thanks

There is freedom of expression bro
Re: 7 Coronavirus Grammar Lessons You Should Know by harridon710(m): 4:10pm On Mar 31, 2020
Knowledge is power

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