IBNA- The 52nd Persian language educational course is being held online for the fifth consecutive times due to coronavirus pandemic by Iran's Cultural Attaché to Italy in cooperation with Sa’di foundation in Tehran.
The program is held based on Sa’di foundation the standards for this educational course, public relations department of the foundation which promotes Persian language reported.
At the opening ceremony of the course, Iran's Cultural Attaché to Roma Mohammad-Taghi Amini introduced the cultural activities he and his colleagues are following in Italy and said that's one of the best ways of knowing the culture of a country including Iran is knowing its language.
He further said: “Iran's Cultural Attaché to Roma is the best non-academic center for Learning Persian language and stressed on the role of language as a gift only bestowed upon human beings not any other worldly creature to express their thoughts and feelings.”
The 52nd Persian language educational course is taught by Iranian instructor Mahnaz Esma’eili in three levels of elementary, intermediate and advanced. Each course is held in ten teaching sessions taking one-and-a-half-hour per session and a successful student will receive a certificate of completing the course.
Based on an agreement made between Iran's Cultural Attaché to Roma and Persian departments of Italian universities, the students of Persian language in those universities will also be able to attend the course.