Posts by Lokang Jackson

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

Is an alternative to noun. Pronounce in other word a adjective of nouns in general. Grouping things as a single entity and calling them one name. One people are in a group, it is difficult to know all of them by their names in this case they are categorised in groups of gender e.g. she/he and number e.g. they, them, it, us, That, these, those, this, all. Pronounce Luo...

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

Traditionally everything(Magwi ne) are named according to behavior, appearance, sounds, color, walk/movement, reactions etc. Let's find out why Puk/Tortoise(word), Opuk(noun), Opuki(exiting) and Okuto/thorn names has become so. There are two major categories of Opuk namely Land Tortoise(Opuk Ra) and Water Tortoise(Opuk Okulo). The Luo in general have chosen Opuk as a name just because they are...

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

We can agree by now that letters do not make words, but segmenting letters make us have meaningful words. Linguistical disabilities and abilities creates differences in our way of communicating information in spite of meanings. When you speak languages, you are probably going to have an ease in learning a new one because all tricks are same, but syllable s makes the situation a little...

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

We describe what we see, feel, think or hear in a way that matches it. Sometimes we do that for fun, other times because it makes us angry or excited whatever the case may be it at least represents something. word description 1 Slowly walking Ciluk ciluk, Chiluk, Chiluk, Shiluk, shiluk 2 Purely clean...

Lokang Jackson August 27, 2016

Every(Ma Gwi) tribe have a special letter beginning or end of word they used often compared to others e.g. O, A, I, Lo, N, M. TH, PH is and Y, I are letters that confuses at all time. Y and i are often either doubled or used separately in words. Putting special letters at beginning of words clearly alter the meaning making it trade mark of that tribe. Kato...

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

To understand our weaknesses, we need to compare ourselves to central and North America. African jungles are full of researchers from countries all over the world because the state governments runs cheap governments. I mean $10,000,000 can bribe one and can blindly give the entire country any trigger moron do whatever they want in our continent without analyzing risks and consequences. I tell...

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Believed me or not, there are four(4) continents of originals that have upto date maintain their fight against supremacy of their territory, control their culture, have their religion and that is Europe, Siberia, Asia and Africa. The others have limited power on their land, culture, security, people just name them. For Africa to compete with them, first we need to know what they have, how they...

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Quite people normally have such strong wording meaning more consonants than vowels. Loud people depends on ascents i.e they want to sound but hide their meaning while its the opposite on the other side. Talking about the Africans big two tribes - the Bantu and Nilotic in general, The bantu used consonants often than the Nilotic and trust me, when they Nilotic speak, you can hear it as...

Lokang Jackson August 26, 2016

Words already exists and that is the easiest part for all of us at this point because all tribes speak and expresses themselves. Our interests are not in the word though, but rather how do they get formed. If rethink alphabet, then words are bunch of letters minced together whatever it actual real meaning is for now. So letters do really form word and so are words to sentence - which is beyond...

Lokang Jackson August 25, 2016

In short, alphabet are symbols however, symbols can be anything. It is what defined society i.e an identity of a society. We also have to remember that society is numbers of communities and in Africa that is tribes and ethnics. In the two there are many divisions that makes it difficult to find a single identity for all. When situations turn this way, we take the the commonly used and mostly...