ZahraCP | Mazar i-Sharif,Afghanistan English ,Dari

My life in the north of Afghanistan, a conversation in Dari or Persian #Afghan # Afghanistan # Dari # Persian # conversation # current events

5 USD / 45 Minutes

My home in Mazar-i Sharif is at the crossroads of Central Asia, and the city still reminds me of the ancient trade routes that used to pass through here. So much has changed. Join me to see and hear about Mazar-i Sharif today. Whether you're an English speaker, interested to study Dari or Persian or both, let me help you with conversation, practice and reading. I'll share links to videos and texts, and help you understand passages and learn from dialogues. I'm glad to work at your speed and brin

Related Coursework

https://borgenproject.org/living-conditions-in-afghanistan/
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jun/17/facing-my-fear-afghanistan-changed-my-life
http://theconversation.com/what-citizens-told-me-about-the-ever-increasing-challenges-of-life-in-afghanistan-81970
http://www.ifrc.org/ar/nouvelles/nouvelles/asia-pacific/afghanistan/a-day-in-the-life-of-afghanistans-destitute/
https://www.google.com/aclk?sa=l&ai=DChcSEwiJyIbQ5ZLgAhWLqhgKHZ6EBNoYABAAGgJsZQ&ae=1&sig=AOD64_3ADllCVy-bW

My Philosophy

Dari is a sweet language, with beautiful poems and songs. Dari, Persian and Tajik are very close in written form. They are almost the same, but with different accents. I'm from Mazar-i Sharif, Afghanistan, in the north near the borders with Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, and Turkmenistan. (Check me out on Google Maps!) It's a place where these languages run together, and our literature is beautiful.

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