Bilingual – English and Iranian (Persian) – 1

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Listen to this sound file and learn English and learn Farsi, also called Persian, also called Iranian, at the same time.

I speak English.
(Persian – Farsi – Iranian)
I don’t speak Farsi.

Do you speak Farsi?

I speak a little.

I want to learn Farsi.

I want to go to Iran.

Have you been to Iran?

Yes, I have.

When did you go?

Ten years ago.

Did you like it?

Yes, I did.

Where are you going now?

I am going home.

Bye bye.

Thank you. Bye.

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4 Responses to “Bilingual – English and Iranian (Persian) – 1”

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  1. Persian says:

    In persian language to tell goodbye ,people say “khoda hafez” or ” khoda negahdar” when they are leaving that both mean God takes care of you. And they also use “be salamat” in answering which means may you be in saftey.
    When they know each other and there is a situation to meet again they can say ” be omid-e- didar”.
    Facing strangers such as a taxi driver , reporter and so on , they just thank them for services and rarely say goodbye.

  2. calay says:

    the persian speakr had a reasonble start but he end up with
    few errors which he needs more experience!

  3. Mohamad says:

    The persian speaker has some errors in translating some sentences .

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