Persian language teaching courses will be held in Tunisia virtually, in collaboration with the Iranian Cultural Center and Sa’di Foundation (a Tehran-based organization that promotes the Persian language abroad) in Tunisia.
According to IRNA, due to the need to use cyberspace in the development of Persian language education and the existing bottlenecks regarding the formation of Persian language courses in person, the Iranian Cultural Center in Tunisia decided to hold these courses on a Facebook platform.
Persian language video tutorials including common terms in daily conversations, Persian expressions and their Arabic equivalents, and Persian proverbs and their Arabic equivalents are uploaded and published on this cultural agency’s Facebook page on a daily basis.
Earlier in May, non-native Persian language teachers from 15 countries welcomed online Persian language teaching courses held by the Iranian foundation.
Over 140 individuals registered for this course, out of which nine were able to pass and receive the international certificate of the Sa’di Foundation, the foundation announced in a press release on Monday.
The registered individuals were from Turkey, Georgia, Japan, Germany, Russia, Spain, Italy, Tunisia, Lebanon, Argentina, Egypt, Armenia and several other countries.