While some celebrities use social media to promote their brands, take selfies, or flaunt their exuberant lifestyle, ace broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah has turned her Instagram page into an English educational platform.
The television presenter has ‘teamed’ up with the British Broadcasting Corporation’s (BBC) Learning English exercise, which includes Grammar, Vocabulary & Pronunciation, to challenge her followers to have command over the English language and use it effectively as a communication tool.
Perhaps the reason for starting this scheme could be that, during the launch of her media training school co-owned with Lawyer Sandra Ankobiah, Nana Aba mentioned that “a sizeable number of young people who dream of securing a job in the media are usually not well prepared practically for the task ahead.”
Nana Aba, known for her impeccable command over the English Language and confidence, believes rather than channeling our energy into negative vibes, it’s better to learn something new each day to better ourselves.
Monkey see, monkey do is one of my favourite animal idioms. Lol. It's an expression that describes a person who tends to copy other people's actions irrespective of how good or bad they are. Here are few to enrich your schmoose. Have fun with it. So what's your favourite animal? #learnsomethingneweveryday Credit - BBC
Good morning. We're going to focus on PUNCTUATION today. ðŸ’¤ðŸ˜´ðŸ˜´ðŸ˜´it's a boring choice for a Friday, I know! Fortunately, when you punctuate properly, you save us all from beating our brains out. #punctuationsaveslives PS: Thanks @lydiaforson & @naa_ashorkor_ for your roles in today's lesson. (Your natural hair and amazing talent had nothing to do with thisðŸ˜ðŸ˜ðŸ˜and no, I'm not seething with jealousyðŸ˜¥)
It shouldn't always be about posing in your nice clothes and liking that of others, IG can be of immense use in other ways too. #Enrich your #vocabulary. Today's lesson 'the in-crowd'. Make it your expression of the week and share examples if you want to! Have fun with it. #learnsomethingneweveryday Credit - BBC
I know you enjoy splashing motivational thoughts under your pictures (albeit, majority do not make senseðŸ™ˆðŸ™ˆ) You should use phrasal expressions to enrich it. Beautiful expressions make you sound/appear more intelligent. Today's expression is 'FULL OF THE JOYS OF SPRING'. e.g. @bridget_otoo woke up this morning, full of the joys of spring! #learnsomethingneweveryday Credit - BBC