A modern library to be opened for the English readers


5/8/2019 12:19:00
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An English library will be opened in the Sulaymaniyah city for the English reader enthusiasts

 

On that matter, Hama Shwan Kamal, the owner of the “Amazon Book”, told PUKmedia: The Amazon Book Library will be opened for English readers on Wednesday, August 7 of 2019 at 5 pm in the city of Sulaymaniyah.

 

He added: They are implementing a considerable amount of projects, and their first project includes teaching the children who are interested in learning the English language but they are economically enable to go to private centers and schools. Therefore, the Amazon Book Library will voluntarily teach these children. In addition to that, they will manage to put their high effort in enhancing and practicing the young leaders.

 

He pointed out that this library usually will be opened and welcome any students who are willing to dialogue in English language and it will work as a center for the foreigners to go there and manage their Cultural debate there.

 

He also mentioned that the books in English, Arabic, Persian and Kurdish language will be provided, and the general discount of 30 percent will be done for the books there.

 

PUKmedia


 

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