Antananarivo, also known as Tana, is the capital of Madagascar. It has a population of around 1.4 million.
Banjos were originally made by African slaves in America to look like an instrument from their homeland. Banjos are today used in bluegrass and folk music, and have a distinctive sound. The body of a banjo is round and does not have a hole in it.
Blow means to create a gust of air, like when the wind blows. The girl in the photo is blowing on a dandelion. Blow is also another word for hit, as in "he struck a blow to his opponent's face".
A bow is a special kind of pretty knot that leaves two big loops, and is usually made of ribbon in hair ties or on a dress. You often see bows at Christmas time as decorations or on presents.
Burkina Faso is a country in West Africa. The capital of Burkina Faso is Ouagadougou. People in Burkina Faso speak French.
Cargo, also called freight, is goods that are being transported. Cargo is usually being moved so it can be sold. When people talk about cargo they usually mean very large quantities of goods, like the shipping containers full of goods on the ship in the picture.
Dodoma is the capital of Tanzania. It has a population of around 325,000. The picture is not Dodoma, but of the former capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam. If anyone has a photo of Dodoma, please let me know.
An embryo is a baby creature before it is born or hatched. Embryos either grow inside their mother's uterus, or in the case of a bird or other creature that lays eggs, the embryo grows inside an egg. After 2 months, a human embryo is named a fetus.
An espresso coffee is a very strong, small serve of coffee made by forcing hot water through ground coffee. Espressos can be drank on their own or used as a base for other drinks.