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Aryanpour Persian Dictionary
Persian or Farsi (فارسی, IPA: [fɒːɾˈsiː]) is an Iranian language within the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European languages. It is primarily spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and countries which historically came under Persian influence.
Persian has ca. 110 million native speakers, holding official status respectively in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. For centuries Persian has also been a prestigious cultural language in Central Asia, South Asia, and Western Asia.
Carry out: To execute a plan or strategy, to make something happen.
Collaborate: To work with others cooperatively to produce something
Develop: To create or build something
Direct: To lead, to be in charge
Facilitate: To assist others in completing a task, to make a task easier, to help people move forward on a project or in a discussion.
Implement: To carry something out
Introduce: To bring an idea
Motivate: To give incentive to do something
Present: To deliver information to a large group of people (speech or presentation)
Supervise: To be in charge of a group, to oversee performance
Online Education and Degree Terms
Accreditation: A process by which an educational institution is certified by an official agency or association as maintaining acceptable standards or practices.
Academic Advisor: A campus administrator that assists students with academic or personal needs. An academic advisor may also be a professor.
Bachelor Degree: The academic degree awarded for the completion of undergraduate study. The most common bachelor degrees awarded are the B.S. or the Bachelor of Science and the B.A. Bachelor of Arts. Bachelor degrees are usually completed within four years.
Endowment: The total value of the college or universities investments. The endowment is often used to fund the operations of the college and can determine the amount of financial aid available.
Orientation: Time period before the beginning of an academic semester, trimester or quarter where new students are able to adjust to their new lives on a college or university campus through organized programs. Orientation usually takes place just prior to the beginning of an academic semester, trimester or quarter.