Thu, 18 Apr 2019 17:26 - Updated Thu, 18 Apr 2019 17:26
Egypt's Al Alsun faculty committed to Portuguese language teaching
Luanda - Portuguese language teaching at Al Alsun Faculty in Cairo, Egypt, represents a challenging and encouraging initiative in an Arabic speaking country, said Chargé d'Affaires of the Angolan Embassy in Egypt.
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Francisco Leandro de Almeida stated so at a session to mark the 14th anniversary of the institutionalisation of the Portuguese Language and Culture of the Portuguese Speaking Countries Community (CPLP) Day.
You can’t leave aside the teaching of any language in higher institutions unless you conduct deep study of its literature, he said, adding that such a rule also occurs with Portuguese language.
However, he advised the students to join the compulsory research in the texts published by renowned figures of CPLP literature.
They include Agostinho Neto, Viriato da Cruz, Pepetela, Raul David, António Jacinto, Alda Lara and Maria Eugénia Neto (Angola), Luís de Camões and José Maria Eça de Queiroz (Portugal), Jorge Amado of Brazil, José Craveirinha from Mozambique.
In her turn, Portuguese ambassador to Egypt, Madalena Fisher, announced the creation of Portuguese Language Department at Al Alsun College next school year.
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