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Persian language main discipline in four Georgian universities
Persian language and literature were among the main disciplines in four Georgian universities and most of the university students were interested in taking part in and completing their courses, a senior Georgian scholar said.
20 Persian language training institutes operating in Russia
There are currently 20 institutes in Russia for Persian language teaching and almost 100 people teach Persian, said the president of the Asian and African Institute of Persian Language Department at Russian Academy of Sciences.
Starbucks opens first sign language store in US
Rebecca Witzofsky, a 20-year-old deaf student at Gallaudet University in Washington, and her hearing friend Nikolas Carapellatti wanted to get a coffee.
Official: Handicrafts convey Iran's cultural message to world
Each of Iran's handicrafts can communicate a cultural message of Iran which can be conveyed to the rest of the world, said the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO).
Schools tackle teacher shortages with online language classes from overseas
Sitting in a regional western Australian classroom the last thing you would expect to hear is the hustle and bustle of the lively streets of Beijing.
'Persian Gulf' book to be translated into 50 languages
The pictorial book 'Persian Gulf' already translated into 10 languages will be translated into 40 more languages in the near future, said the author of the precious work.
Australia’s ancient language shaped by sharks
The tiger shark was having a really bad day.
Free and easy way to help kids develop language skills
By the age of three, wealthy children hear 30 million more words than their poor counterparts, according to a landmark 1995 study by researchers Betty Hart and Todd Risley.
Back-and-forth exchanges boost children’s brain response to language
A landmark 1995 study found that children from higher-income families hear about 30 million more words during their first three years of life than children from lower-income families.
Study shows how brain learns language
New evidences show that language is learned in brains systems that are also used for many other purposes, instead of innately-specified language modules as previously thought.
Whale learns same language as dolphins
A whale that was living close to a pod of bottlenose dolphins has learnt to speak their language, according to new research.
Baby talk in any language: Shifting the timbre of our voices
When talking with their young infants, parents instinctively use ‘baby talk’, a unique form of speech including exaggerated pitch contours and short, repetitive phrases.

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