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SWAHILI
SWAHILI
SWAHILI The name Swahili derives from an Arabic word Swahili, the plural of sahel, which means coast. The Swahili are the descendants of the Arabs who came to the East African coast and intermarried with the Local Bantu-speakers. Arab traders sailed down to the coast on the north-east monsoon winds, between November and April, and sailed back up to south-west on the reverse monsoon winds, between June and October, already in pre-Islamic times. The coast, the land of Zenj to the Arabs, was inhab
Australian Dialect
Australian Dialect
Australian Dialect After the discovery of Australia by Britain a few small colonies sprung up. The natives of the land, the Aborigines, were ignored and not thought off as a people. This is similar to the colonization of America. Around 1786, the social state in Britain was becoming unstable. Many prisons were full and the working classes were near revolt. William Pitt, the leader of Britain at the time, saw many eligible storage places in Africa, but decided on the untamed outback of Australia
Video Games and Their Psychological Effects
Video Games and Their Psychological Effects
Video Games and Their Psychological Effects Each week people throughout the world spend millions of hours playing video games. Is this part of the problem with society today, or is it a new and positive form of entertainment? Since the early 1980ís people have been questioning the negative side effects of video games. Extremists are shouting that it is corrupting children by teaching violence. They have a good point when looking at notoriously violent games like Grand Theft Auto. On the other ha
Rachel Carson Reflection
Rachel Carson Reflection
Rachel Carson Reflection Environmental Studies 1.31.04 While watching the Rachel Carson and Silent Spring video three major ideas struck me as interesting. The first was the idea that some people actually believe that nature was created for us. In other words, we have free reign to control the environment in any way that we wish. This stance on the environment may not have been true of the people who created DDT because they may have been ignorant of the side effects. They might not have thought
Imperialism And the Way It Took
Imperialism And the Way It Took
Imperialism: And the Way It Took Away Tranquillity. Imperialism is nothing but a fancy word for hostile take over. The only ones to truly benefit from imperialism was the Europeans. The constant suffering and turmoil was left to all rest of the world. Is there even one imperial country who actually benefited from their parent country, direct or indirect ruling aside. If we look at the imperial colonies now, their all in political turmoil. The governments of the countries of; Cuba, Indonesia, So
Australian Life
Australian Life
Australian Life Life in the Bush The Australian life style was portrayed as one of the bushman although it was not . The life of a typical Australian was really the city life . The bushman was one with no classes and he treated every person as equal . A middle class person was the same as a working class man . The bushman was a very trust worthy and helpful character he would help a stranger as if it was his friend and if that friend needed anything he would be glade to ofer him every thing he h