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Difficulty In Meeting Native Persian Speakers

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Salaam, doostha ye man. Esm e man Horace, I am 20 years old, I am from Jamaica and I am an aspiring aeronautical engineer. I love languages and have spent thousands of hours studying and learning them from my high school days to now. I currently speak fluent english, The Jamaican language, spanish, some german, some russian, some portuguese and persian. I have been spending a significant amount of time learning persian over the last 7 months and have gone into the advance stages now despite having a rather limited vocabulary.

My love for persian was influenced by my love of history, specifically that of Iran's ancient persian heritage. I plan to visit Iran one of these days and hopefully I will get the chance to, however at this stage I have to remain content with what I have access to; the internet. In order for me to advance to the stage where I can call myself fluent in the persian language I will need native speakers to be friends with and converse with, this has been a significant challenge for me, I have not been able to find one such person over months of searching.

I am hoping the forum can be of some assistance.

Khoda Hafez.

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