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salam

i am interested in learning farsi online

i was wondering if any one who is fluent in farsi can do some online teching lessons for farsi?

and if sp it will be a sadqa jaria and an awesome favor for those who want to learn farsi and for people like me who are in love with farsi language:)

please drop a reply if anyone can atleast help me

thank you:)

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salam u alaykom

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salam

i am interested in learning farsi online

i was wondering if any one who is fluent in farsi can do some online teching lessons for farsi?

and if sp it will be a sadqa jaria and an awesome favor for those who want to learn farsi and for people like me who are in love with farsi language:)

please drop a reply if anyone can atleast help me

thank you:)

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I am also interested in learning Farsi - I am already a beginner student, and I know the alphabet.

I wish there was a forum here for that purpose (maybe there is?)

I see the interest in Farsi has been brought up many times over the years.

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I think there's some people on here who know Farsi and would be willing to teach it too, myself included. 

The problem, as pointed out in another thread by a brother is that it's like teaching someone to drive a car on SC:)

In other words, we can help you with the conversation bit (to an extent) but you're going to need a lot more than that.

I recommend a simple, colloquial Persian book, followed by Farsi movies/TV with subtitles in your language, reading simple children's books and having a conversation partner, preferably in that order.

 

Also, for people who're just starting out, I recommend Livemocha.com. Worth checking out!

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Salam 2 all:

 

Does anyone know which books do they use in Qom to teach farsi? Is it available somewhere online for free download in pdf?

 

Some good stuff available online for download:

 

"Colloquial farsi" (all transliterated)

"Irib farsi for you"

memrise persian vocabularies list

book2 persian audio vocabulary lessons

teach yourself persian

 

http://uz-translations.net/?category=iraudvid&cstart=7

 

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