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Graduate Students at John Hopkins University Learn Foreign Languages as Part of Their Curriculum

Graduate Students at John Hopkins University Learn Foreign Languages as Part of Their Curriculum

For most people, learning a different language is a choice. But for students at the John Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, learning how to communicate in their selected region is a requirement. VOA’s Sahar Majid spoke to students at SAIS who are studying how to read and write in Urdu and Hindi as part of their South Asian concentration- VOA NEWS

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