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Enrollment for Turkish Classes has started - SPRING-2014. Enroll Now!

From: Learn T.
Sent on: Thursday, November 28, 2013 10:25 AM

Enrollment for Turkish Classes has Started Enroll Now!

Rumi Forum
[masked]th Street NW, Suite 408  Washington, D.C. 20036
For registration and application form please email: [address removed]
(Due date is December 27, 2013)
Learn Turkish in Washington, DC! Experienced teachers are offering Turkish Language Classes at the Rumi Forum in Washington DC. If you are looking for Turkish lessons in DC Metropolitan Area, Rumi Forum is the right place to begin. - There are three terms in a year (Spring, Summer, Fall)- Turkish language classes are open to everyone who is interested.
- The classes are arranged based on the number of students interested in at any level.
- Our teachers are using a Turkish Language Book Set written in Turkish.
For the intensive program: A two and a half hour class per week and four classes in a month.
Intensive Turkish Classes for Spring 2014
January 6 - April 6

12 weeks (30 hours) intensive program

Cost: 300$
Text Book: 30$
All levels 1-5 will be offered

For further queries and application form please email: [address removed]

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Kindest regards,

Kenan Top
Rumi Forum
[masked]th St., N.W.
Suite # 408
Washington, D.C. 20036
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