Holla, holla, holla!! Good morning, afternoon or night my esteemed blog readers depending on your part of the world.. I'm so excited today ehn! The fact that I won't have to go to work is what is exciting me oh.. Plus my elder brother, our very Barrister at law is a year older today.
It's been amazing, I remember all the pranks we.. Or I used to play and you'll get the beating from mum because you were quiet and even when I offend, you'd rather collect the strokes on my behalf... I remember how you'll use your lesson money to go and play PS in game house and me with my loud mouth will do den den den, den den, I'll report to mummy, I remember the first day you laid your hands on me, the scar is still on my left hand. Then we grew and you became a lawyer and I remember the pride I felt on your call to bar because the stone that the builders rejected became the head of the corner! I'm so proud of you bro and on this day, I wish you nothing but the very best!!
Now back to our lesson *shines teeth*
Hail means to greet or to come from or a ball of ice eg All hail the Queen, I hail from Badagry, Hail damaged the roof.
Hale means sound or healthy eg I am hale and hearthy.
2. Here and hear
Here refers to the place where you are eg You should come here more often.
Hear is to listen with the ears eg Can you hear me?
3. Hole and whole
A hole is a gap or space
Whole means complete.
4. Hoard and horde
Hoard means to collect and keep for oneself eg Stop hoarding petrol.
A horde is a large group eg Hordes of people go shopping on Monday.
5. Herd and heard.
A Herd is a group of animals eg A Herd of cattle.
Heard is the past tense of hear.