I read this Wikipedia article, and I’m not sure I understood more than half the words in the first paragraph. Herewith:
Diga Leka is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Misraq Welega Zone, Diga Leka is bordered on the south by an exclave of the Benishangul-Gumuz Region, on the west by the Didessa River which separates it from the Illubabor Zone on the southwest and the Mirab Welega Zone on the west, on the north by Sasiga, on the northeast by Guto Wayu and on the southeast by Jimma Arjo. The administrative center of the woreda is Gatama; other towns in Diga Leka include Arjo Gudetu and Diga.
Does this make any sense to you? Did your mind de-focus? This isn’t the first time this has happened to me when reading something online, and it highlight a key problem with something such as Wikipedia; sometimes the article gets so bogged down in words that any meaning an innocent bystander might obtain would be minimal (as with this article).
This, of course, does beg the question on whether it needs correcting, and if so, how. Yes, you could follow about sixteen hyperlinks’ worth of definitions, but then you run the risk of losing yourself in even more convoluted articles, especially where the subject matter becomes highly technical. Anyone have any suggestions?
[Link: Wikipedia – Diga Leka]