Peace Corps - Persian Language Lessons
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Each lesson of this Persian(Farsi) course consists of a dialog followed by pattern practices of various types. During the first part of the course, a the dialog will be no longer than 4 to 6 lines in length while longer dialogs will be included after the students have acquired some fluency.
Lesson 1 - The lessons are structured through the following:
Lesson 2 - Dialogs
Lesson 3 - Pattern Practices
Lesson 4 - Types of Pattern Practices
Lesson 5 - Expansion Drills
Lesson 6 - Conversation Drills
Lesson 7 - Pronunciation Drills
Lesson 8 - Teaching Intonation
Lesson 9 - Review Drills
Lesson 10 - Supplementary Conversations
Lesson 11 - Grammar Explanations
Lesson 12 - Translations
PROGRAMS THAT USED THIS LANGUAGE
Iran: 1962-1974; Currently Inactive
Afghanistan: 1964-1978; Currently Inactive
Iran: Currently Inactive
Afghanistan: Currently Inactive
Persian (Farsi) is spoken in: Iran,Afghanistan
Persian (Farsi) has no known alternate names.