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shadow_of_light

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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    You should make time to watch this (link here ) if you haven't, though it is pretty old. I need to confirm if it is still as funny as I found it back then
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from shia farm girl in Allah Allah   
    The first 4 lines are from a poem by Hafiz. I believe that many poems of him (like this one) are about Imam Mahdi (a).
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from shia farm girl in Allah Allah   
    He is king of good people
    He is a witness (shahed)
    People cannot see him
    He is everywhere
    He is someone whom the poet waits fro him to return
    He is the one whose orders have to be obeyed
     
    Who else can be he other than Imam?
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Allah Allah   
    ای پادشه خوبان داد از غم تنهایی
    دل بی تو به جان آمد وقت است که بازآیی
     
     
    یا رب به که شاید گفت این نکته که در عالم
    رخساره به کس ننمود آن شاهد هرجایی
     
    در دایره قسمت ما نقطه تسلیمیم
    لطف آن چه تو اندیشی حکم آن چه تو فرمایی
    فکر خود و رای خود در عالم رندی نیست
    کفر است در این مذهب خودبینی و خودرایی
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    I don’t think he can earn much if he works as a teacher in language institutes (this is why most teachers working in these institutes are women because usually high income is not their first preference). Moreover, the number of the students who want to learn French is so much lower than those wanting to learn English. Sometimes, there are only 1 or 2 students in French classes.
    Sometimes, institutes or even schools don’t employ their staff based on their knowledge and experience...this is why you have seen teachers asking very basic question.
    If he works as an English tutor, he can have a high or even very high income providing that he finds enough students and holds enough sessios during the week (he can teach online through applications such as whatsapp or hold workshops). But not everyone can find many students.
    P.S: he didnt know what a king-sized mattress is??!! Where does he live?!
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from MehrBanoo in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Kachalam kardan (a prounced as a in cat). It is a funny idiom.
    No question mark.
    Gh is prounced as q in the word Qur'an.
    Ghabel nadaareh ...aa as a in father
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Allah Allah   
    He is king of good people
    He is a witness (shahed)
    People cannot see him
    He is everywhere
    He is someone whom the poet waits fro him to return
    He is the one whose orders have to be obeyed
     
    Who else can be he other than Imam?
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Hameedeh in Allah Allah   
    ای پادشه خوبان داد از غم تنهایی
    دل بی تو به جان آمد وقت است که بازآیی
     
     
    یا رب به که شاید گفت این نکته که در عالم
    رخساره به کس ننمود آن شاهد هرجایی
     
    در دایره قسمت ما نقطه تسلیمیم
    لطف آن چه تو اندیشی حکم آن چه تو فرمایی
    فکر خود و رای خود در عالم رندی نیست
    کفر است در این مذهب خودبینی و خودرایی
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Allah Allah   
    The first 4 lines are from a poem by Hafiz. I believe that many poems of him (like this one) are about Imam Mahdi (a).
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Hameedeh in Allah Allah   
    He is king of good people
    He is a witness (shahed)
    People cannot see him
    He is everywhere
    He is someone whom the poet waits fro him to return
    He is the one whose orders have to be obeyed
     
    Who else can be he other than Imam?
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    الحمدلله علی کل حال
    الهی امین.. فعلا باید وایستم ببینم دادگاه اینجا چی میگن، البته چون همشون زیر ۵.۵ سال هستن، معمولا به مادر میدن. 
    ممنون، لطف دارین.. البته راستشو بگم، مادر شوهر سابقم‌خیلی تاثیر داشت .. معلم خوبی بود، و چون عربی و سواحلی و اوردو هم میفهمم، فارسی خیلی زبان جدید نبود برام. از کوچیکیم‌همش تو خونه فیلم های ایرانی نگاه میکردیم مثل کفش های میرزا، و مستند ها در برای جبهه و فلان. 
    بعید نیست سرود ملی هم بلد باشم‌چون خیلی چیزها گوش میدادیم اون زمان و می خوندیم
     

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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from habib e najjaar in Allah Allah   
    ای پادشه خوبان داد از غم تنهایی
    دل بی تو به جان آمد وقت است که بازآیی
     
     
    یا رب به که شاید گفت این نکته که در عالم
    رخساره به کس ننمود آن شاهد هرجایی
     
    در دایره قسمت ما نقطه تسلیمیم
    لطف آن چه تو اندیشی حکم آن چه تو فرمایی
    فکر خود و رای خود در عالم رندی نیست
    کفر است در این مذهب خودبینی و خودرایی
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Haji 2003 in Allah Allah   
    ای پادشه خوبان داد از غم تنهایی
    دل بی تو به جان آمد وقت است که بازآیی
     
     
    یا رب به که شاید گفت این نکته که در عالم
    رخساره به کس ننمود آن شاهد هرجایی
     
    در دایره قسمت ما نقطه تسلیمیم
    لطف آن چه تو اندیشی حکم آن چه تو فرمایی
    فکر خود و رای خود در عالم رندی نیست
    کفر است در این مذهب خودبینی و خودرایی
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Hameedeh in Allah Allah   
    The first 4 lines are from a poem by Hafiz. I believe that many poems of him (like this one) are about Imam Mahdi (a).
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    aha thought so, thanks!
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    are joda shodim chand mahe pish.. chashm, hatman baratoon doa mikonam.
    na, zaboonam Farsi nist. afriqaee hastam az afriqa. vali hamsare sabiqam irani bood, o 9 mah Iran zindegi kardim o 4 5 mah raftam howze pas yekam Farsi yad gereftam
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Kachalam kardan is correct the way you wrote it unless you happen to have some super red neck accent or something
    Gh = q in Farsi so more like qaabel nadare but the q has a bit of a gh in it like the Arabic gheyra (pride)
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Fatima NMA in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Mokham ro khordi = you ate my brain.
    It indicates that you are too talkative and you insist on something, which resulted in damaging my brain.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Fatima NMA in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    I don’t think he can earn much if he works as a teacher in language institutes (this is why most teachers working in these institutes are women because usually high income is not their first preference). Moreover, the number of the students who want to learn French is so much lower than those wanting to learn English. Sometimes, there are only 1 or 2 students in French classes.
    Sometimes, institutes or even schools don’t employ their staff based on their knowledge and experience...this is why you have seen teachers asking very basic question.
    If he works as an English tutor, he can have a high or even very high income providing that he finds enough students and holds enough sessios during the week (he can teach online through applications such as whatsapp or hold workshops). But not everyone can find many students.
    P.S: he didnt know what a king-sized mattress is??!! Where does he live?!
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from Fatima NMA in Jobs in Iran without speaking Farsi well?   
    In Tehran, both are very very high.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from MehrBanoo in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Dastetoon dard nakoneh...دستتون درد نکنه
    Literal meaning: may your hand be not painful
    Actual meaning: thank you very much
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from hasanhh in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Jaye shomâ khâli = your place was empty.
    It simply means you were missed here.
    Ghabel nadare = it is not valuable for you
    It means be my guest. You will hear this idiom a lot, when you are in the middle of shopping and want to bargain, it is the key word of Taarof.
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from MehrBanoo in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    Kachalam kardan
    Literally: They made me bald.
    Meaning: They’re driving me nuts
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    shadow_of_light got a reaction from MehrBanoo in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    I have noticed that many members of this forum like to learn Persian language. So I am going to teach you some interesting useful expressions.
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    shadow_of_light reacted to habib e najjaar in Persian idioms, expressions, slangs,...   
    I remember initially thinking this meant "it has no comparison" I.e is priceless so anything the seller mentions as a price is too low for its value. Made me do mental eye rolls until I figured what it meant. I also initially did not get the "no" said by tossing the head up or lifting the eyebrows. It could look like a yes to a lot of people from other parts of the world. Lucky my Indian genes are not close enough to make me say yes while shaking my head side to side or we would have very messed up transactions.
    Yadesh bekheir 
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