(Victor Valley)– – Cal State San Bernardino will offer a class on beginning Hindi, the official language of India, during the winter 2013 quarter.
Participants will be able to develop basic communication skills in the language and will be immersed in the rich and diverse cultures of India, including its food, music, Bollywood movies and more, said Elizabeth Martin, an associate professor of French and the faculty coordinator for Directed Language Study in CSUSB’s department of world languages and literatures.
The class, which will be on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 5-6:50 p.m., will be taught by Shivangi Benerjee, a Fulbright foreign language teaching assistant from India. She’ll be teaching at CSUSB for the 2012-2013 school year, Martin said.
For more information on the Hindi class, contact Elizabeth Martin at email@example.com. Also, visit the CSUSB department of world languages and literatures website at http://flan.csusb.edu for more information.
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