Diary Of An Iranian Teacher
دوشنبه 19 بهمن‌ماه سال 1383
David Letter To Honest(9)
Thanks for the photo! It looks like a beautiful place. Have you been there before? I would love to visit your country, but are Americans welcome? I didn't think we were allowed to visit there. It would truly be a wonderful experience I'm sure. I've never been to that part of the world, but have always wanted to see it. Thank you for your generous offer  of hospitality. You are always welcome here as well. I would show you a wonderful time in my country. We share many of the same things in common, like music, poetry, etc. I will write a poem for you my friend, and send it to you. I think that there is no greater gift than that. (when words come from the heart). I tend to be a sentimental kind of person. I feel a lot. How has your weekend been so far? I hope you're enjoying the time off. Workdays come too fast I'm so glad to be off of work tomorrow. I plan to out to lunch with a friend, and buy a music CD. I told you that I have a large collection of music. I have Spanish language music as well. I love the different instruments and vocals. I try to practice my Spanish as much as possible. I don't want to lose the ability to speak and read it. Sometimes if you're just speaking your own language, you can forget the second language. Is your language difficult to learn? You don't speak Arabic right? well, I have to get ready for work now. Thanks again for the email. I really enjoy talking to you. It brightens my day.
                                             Your friend in America

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