ALOT is an English word, derived from Greek though.
In English, as we all know, it refers to; a large amount, much, an abundance, et cetera.
For egzambo;-Alot of wild-eyed foresters are consumed in a certain constituency in Nyanza during this pandemic.
Do you know the place? And the carnivores? Lol.
Now, let’s take it in in Greek:
ALOT (ALODE in plural) refers to part of a plant, mostly leaves, commonly consumed as food. However, first, since it is a medicinal plant, as ‘experts’ we are warning people against consuming it in large quantities. Usiseme hukuambiwa!
Are we still together class? Oge!
Secondly, unlike tablets that you are at liberty to swallow with cold water, we also advise people to consume it alongside meaty nosh-ups like chicken, fish, beef, mutton, choma, among other koliks in that cabinet. But, ensure you concentrates so much on the meaty nosh-ups. Alot is a medicine, remember. Kindly don’t overdose!
Kamedo matin, you can as well consume Alot with Nyar-Ahero (the sweetest rice under the sun, miles ahead of pishori in aroma). However, as advised earlier, concentrate so much on Nyar-Ahero.
Lest I forget, there is this group that has been failing us. Those who serve us Alot in weddings, kindly! Mnajijua. We are in that wedding to celebrate, not to take medicine, neither to send shivers down our spines. It is a request though.
Dear over-58, bado tunawakumbuka katika maombi. Most of you don’t like this medicine. Unfortunately, it is the order of the day until further notice. Na bado. Jikazeni tu.
I hope we are now good to go? Sindio?
Your beloved under-58 medical expert is done. Has it entered or passed with outside?
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