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Hallo! Ich bin Shahab aus Darmstadt.


  • Shahab HeidariBali

    Hallo! Ich bin Shahab, und komme aus dem Iran. Meine Muttersprache ist Persisch. Ich spreche Persisch, Englisch, Deutsch, und ein bisschen Arabisch. Ich wohne in Darmstadt, weil ich Student an der Hochschule Darmstadt bin. Ich bin 24 Jahre alt und studiere Elektrotechnik und Informatik. Meine liebsten Hobbys sind Schreiben, Gitarre spielen, und Fußball spielen. Ich hoffe ich kann in der Zukunft mehr reisen.

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