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Iran to use cyberspace to promote Persian language education
Iran’s Saadi Foundation, a Tehran-based organization that promotes the Persian language abroad, is planning to use scientific methods and the cyberspace to further improve the Persian language study across the world.
Online education of Persian language in Japan dates back to 80 years ago: Official
Research on Iran, Islam, and Persian language in Japan dates back to 80 years ago, and the Japanese are among the frontrunners in this field, an academic said.
The linguistic landscape of India
By Sonal Kulkarni-Joshi*
Teaching offshore robots to speak language
A team of researchers led from Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, have unveiled a new system that allows humans and robots to speak the same language.
Children’s brains hear language differently
Young children use both brain hemispheres to understand language, neuroscientists say, which may explain why they appear to recover from neural injury more easily than adults.
Persian language course to be created in Lebanese university
A senior Iranian cultural official in a meeting with the chancellor of Saint Joseph University of Beirut, Lebanon, discussed strengthening of academic cooperation including exchange of professors and students and setting up Persian language course.
Virtual Persian language course to be held in Pakistan
The cultural center of the Islamic Republic of Iran (Khana-e-Farhang Iran) in Pakistan’s eastern city of Lahore, the country’s cultural hub, will start a virtual Persian language course by the end of this month.
Secrets of orangutan ‘language’ uncovered
While they may not be as talkative as King Louie from Disney’s The Jungle Book, it turns out wild orangutans have some serious communication skills.
‘The Stories of Majid’ translated into Serbian language
Serbian Ambassador to Iran Dragan Todorovic said on Tuesday that the largely popular teen story book ‘The Stories of Majid’ was translated into Serbian language.
German envoy: Hafez led Goethe to path of understanding among nations
German Ambassador to Iran Michael Klor-Berchtold described the world emanating from the thoughts of Hafez is a poetic world based on friendship and love, saying that the great Persian poet led the German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 200 years ago to reach a milestone in understanding among nations, IRNA reported.

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