Photos by Jiamin Li (Tufts University), Student Correspondent CET Jordan Intensive Language, Summer 2019 The Roman Temple of Hercules in the Amman Citadel. This temple dates to 2nd century AD, when the Romans occupied the citadel. A street view of downtown Amman on a CET-sponsored excursion to discover the different areas of the city. This road is near Hashem Restaurant, one of the oldest and best falafel places in Amman! The interior of Hashem Restaurant in downtown Amman. Try their falafel and hummus! The making of knafeh in Souq Jara. Knafeh is a traditional middle eastern dessert made with cheese, syrup, dough, and topped of with nuts. A must-try in Amman! A group dinner at Tawaheen Al Hawa sponsored by CET. The restaurant is famous for its bread and mansaf, a traditional Jordanian dish made with lamb and rice. A view of the sidewalk in the University of Jordan. From Sunday to Thursday, every intensive language student takes Arabic class from 9AM to 1PM at the university. Watching the sunset on the roof of the apartment with other students in the CET program. Selfie of some classmates and the helpers of a fruits and vegetable market near the University of Jordan. My class learned the vocabulary for fruits and vegetable that day and we had to do an interview with the people in the market to practice our Jordanian Arabic. A view of downtown Amman with the flag of Jordan from Jabal al-Qal’a. *** Cover photo caption: Visit to the Amman Citadel with other students in the CET in Jordan Intensive Language program. The Amman Citadel is near the Roman Theater and the downtown area of Amman.