Say it: ecs-ta-tic
Definition: Feeling or expressing overwhelming happiness or joyful excitement.
Synonyms: Enraptured, Elated,Euphoric,Transported
Example:”Ecstatic fans filled the stadium”
The Portfolio Committee on Basic Education will this week visit Limpopo and Mpumalanga provinces to assess the implementation of key priority areas.
The Committee will meet, among others, provincial education departments, schools, School governing bodies and organised labour. The purpose of the visit is to continually monitor and oversee the implementation of key priority areas.
In one photo, Federer was seen interacting with kids. He also didn’t forget to pose for a selfie and shared the picture to his more than three million followers on the popular social networking website.
The Committee will also focus on inclusive education, social mobilisation and wellbeing, Early Childhood Development and the state if school infrastructure and ICT.
These priorities form part of the Education Sector’s “non-negotiables”. As part of its oversight function, the Committee will conduct in-loco sight visits to schools to gain firsthand experience and information regarding the implementation of these priority areas
Say it: om-buds-man
Definition: A person (such as a government official or an employee) who investigates complaints and tries to deal with problems fairly.
Synonyms:Adjudicator, Honor,Evaluator, Expert
Example:The town’s ombudsman said he would into charges of corruption.
Say it: claus-tro-pho-bia
Definition:1.An unhappy or uncomfortable feeling caused by being in a situation that limits or restricts you
2.Extreme or irrational fear of confined places.
Synonyms: Narrow, Confined, Limited, Cramped,Enclosed
Example:The small stuffy room had begun to give him Claustrophobia.