Use Africa in a sentence. How to use the word Africa in a sentence? Sentence examples with the word Africa.
Definition of Africa
the second largest continent, a southward projection of the Old World landmass roughly divided by the equator and the ring.
Examples of Africa in a sentence
***The history of national movements in West Africa can be traced back to the early 1920’s; in East Africa they developed somewhat later because of the presence of a substantial minority of European settlers.
***Abidjan, is the capital and the largest city of the Ivory Coast republic, in West Africa.
***The languages belonging to one of these families, the Congo-Kordofanian, are spoken by most of the people in Subsaharan Africa.
***Gold Coast, a former British possession in West Africa, on the Gulf of Guinea.
***Egypt’s capital, Cairo, is the largest city in Africa and the political and cultural center of the Arab world.
***The aardvark, native to central and Southern Africa, is a nocturnal animal that feeds on ants and termites.
***The colonial systems of Africa, whether British, French, Belgian or Portuguese, all suffered from varying degrees of paternalism and from a variety of theories as to how the colonies might best be ruled.
***The growth of political systems, dominated by a single party, with a supreme leader to whom charismatic qualities were attributed, became the hallmark of postindependence political development in Africa.
***The rate and direction of economic development is the crucial issue in all parts of Africa.
***The arguments advanced for wider unification in Africa have stemmed from both cultural and practical considerations.
***The more practical arguments for unity stem from considerations of security, economic necessity, and the defense of Africa against neocolonialist “balkanization.”
***Some theories of unity cali for full political union, in which national sovereignty would be surrendered to a united states of Africa along the lines of the union established in the United States.
***They are aware of the continuing dependenee of Africa on European technical skills and financial help.
***Indeed, in the case of the French-speaking areas of Africa, France has supplied considerably more aid than any other source.
***Maps of linguistic areas of Africa can be drawn with a greater degree of precision than can racial maps.