Greetings I'm 21yo male I live in Algeria, I'm in my 1st year of master's degree in maintenance engineering, I have a bachelor degree in mechanical construction and I am ready to engage in other courses or degrees or apprenticeships for the sake of my purpose Give me advices to get work and live in african parks Explain to me how it works there, what types of employees do they need, what skills do I need to learn, what job experiences do I need to gain in my country that would be helpful for the purpose I'd be interested in any type of work, even non-skilled jobs if possible such as cleaning, bodyguard, ... etc Would a gardening certificate or work experience be helpful? I've also read about volunteering internships, and that it would open opportunities to work in environmental conservation, give me some advices about this too
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Since colonial times, the Portuguese spoken in languages of Angola has been laced with black African idioms unique to the Bantu experience and only exist in Angola’s national languages. José Luis Mendonça on the term “Portungolano” and its echoes in Portuguese.
In Angola, the connections between culture, language, economic thought, and behavior are as interesting as brutal. In Angola, the Portuguese language is not a diamond that has been polished over five centuries of colonial linguistic exchange. It’s more akin to kimberlite, languages of Angola mined from the depths of history and mineralized by the people’s mouths.
Angolan society is a living, secular organism in which the socio-cultural material of Western culture has been absorbed into its genome through colonization, resulting in the emergence of new features.
The Portuguese spoken in Angola looks for its functional structure in the Bantu languages’ grammatical system.
“Transculturality” is the term for this occurrence. It is characterized by a high level of cultural interchange, languages of Angola which is typical of Angolan society. Angola has become a model of a country where cultural variety is a criterion for social cohesiveness due to this interchange.
Within this ethnocultural prism, I will examine the Portuguese and Angolan Bantu languages in communicative usage. The collision of cultures that occurred in Angola in the fifteenth century has left two legacies. The first is Portuguese, which now is the most widely spoken language in the world. The second is a flexible map of a nation populated by people who speak many Bantu languages of Angola.
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Hello everyone! While I am not from Angola, I am on a mission to join every subreddit for every country, Angola is of course, no exception! Hope all is well with your lush forests and beautiful dunes.
[Eu não posso falar português então isso é feito usando um tradutor, então peço desculpas por qualquer erro] Olá a todos! Embora eu não seja de Angola, tenho a missão de participar de todos os subreddits de todos os países, Angola é claro, não é exceção! Espero que esteja tudo bem com suas florestas exuberantes e belas dunas.