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Profile: Ebenezer Son
User Name: Ebenezer Son
Forum Rank: Advanced Member
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Joined: Thursday, May 23, 2013
Last Visit: Saturday, August 29, 2020 4:03:02 PM
Number of Posts: 692
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  Last 10 Posts
Topic: Power cuts
Posted: Saturday, August 29, 2020 2:51:12 PM
Hi Dragon hope you're fine, it has been a long time and I'm pretty sure you are due for retirement.
I would rather say, this is the third time we have been experiencing power-cut. this is what would have come to my mind had somebody ask me of such questions.
Thanks to all.
Topic: Inflation, unemployment interest rates and investors.
Posted: Saturday, August 29, 2020 2:25:52 PM
Hi everyone. hope you are fine
Please I need members to correct me of my understanding of inflation, unemployment and interest rates.
This is my knowledge of their correlations; inflation is the general rise in goos and services in a country in a certain period of time. Therefore an increase in inflation means there is much supply of money in a country and this has caused more money to chase few goods, more money in the country also signals lowered interest rates which motivated businesses to secure money from banks to increase their production causing unemployment to decrease as a result, this is because more production would require plenty labour. Money supply has increased due to lowered interest rates.And thus keeping investors away since no rational investor would like to invest in a low interest rates environment, this may induce investors to sell the currency of that particular country with an intention of buying a currency with strong value.

Please correct me if my knowledge of the above mentioned is stuff is incorrect or slightly incorrect, most especially what investors would do in such situations.
Many thanks.
Topic: Computerisation of football academy management system
Posted: Monday, June 8, 2020 12:55:18 PM
Hi everyone hope you guys are doing well.
There has been a question for me to answer, and is football related. Is an assignment from school and I find it difficult to produce possible answers on my on. And I know you may be of help to assist me. This is how it goes. Computerisation of football academy management system. I'm finding it difficult to raise some point in the Computerisation of Football Academy Management. Pls help. Many thanks.
Topic: (to breakfast on something)
Posted: Wednesday, June 26, 2019 5:42:30 AM
Hi everyone,
Is it possible for one to say "we breakfasted on rice or tea"? Is 'breakfasted on' an acceptable English?
Many thanks!
Topic: What are securities?
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 4:33:10 PM
Thank you very much gentle people.
So in this regard securities are money, right? So, is money paid to insurance companies so that they protect you is deemed security? Can expantiate. Still six years old
Topic: A body was pronounced dead..
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 1:19:02 PM
Oh. The image is right there! it escaped my sight
Topic: A body was pronounced dead..
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 1:13:04 PM
Drag0nspeaker wrote:
Hello again Ebenezer Son!
It HAS been a long time.
Welcome back.
Romany has retired - we haven't heard from her for three months or so, though I'm hoping she will at least pop in and visit sometimes.

Oh ok, perhaps she is busy. But I was happy to see your posts. You seemed to have removed the dragon image
Topic: A body was pronounced dead..
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 12:30:31 PM
How about me? Dragon. You got to welcome me as well.
I'm pretty sure Romany may have divorced me due to my years in absentia. Hahaa!
Topic: What are securities?
Posted: Saturday, June 22, 2019 12:11:00 PM
Hi everyone,
Have been reading about a particular business area and came across the term "securities" but had hard time grasping its meaning, pls do me a favour by explaining it to me. Pls I'm green and humbly ask to be explained to like a six year old.
Many thanks.
Topic: Do You Know about Obsolete English Words?(47)
Posted: Monday, March 26, 2018 2:16:01 PM

Some words just have no common use now.
For example, words specific to the trades of hand-spinning and hand-weaving cotton. These would have been familiar to my great-grandparents, known to my grandparents - but obsolete now, except among people who learn the trades as a hobby.

Others were never very common, and children, over a couple of generations, would learn the more common ones they heard every day, but not the more unusual ones.
"Lunt" is a Scottish dialect word - it was never a common word in Britain, and I doubt it was in America either - except maybe in Nova Scotia and Dunedin, Florida.
With education increasing in the last hundred years, and people reading books written by 'standard English speakers', "smoke", "fume" and "reek" became THE words to use.

Gobbledygook is not obsolete - take a look at this thread.
Gobbledygook is alive and condriving in its usingness - deep joy! Dancing [/quote

H1 Dragon a po1nt of quest1on, 1 was th1nk1ng you would have used usage 1nstead of (us1ngness). What have you got to say?