As you know, practice makes perfect! These useful drills present even more new words for you to add to this week’s lesson. This will not only build your Persian vocabulary, but also help you learn to read and write Farsi more quickly and confidently.
Note: Before doing these homeworks, make sure you have learned the previous words fluently.
Note: The word ‘here’ in this lesson as well as in the lessons to come, means ‘the meaning of this particular word / phrase in this given context’.
Note:Here in this example, /U: pærid ru: ye do chærkheh æsh/ = /U: ru: ye do chærkheh æsh pærid/. Please note that the first one is ‘more oral’ than the second one. But you don’t have to worry about these tiny differences at this stage. All you need to do is to follow the examples.
Please translate the following paragraph into Persian.
You already know how to use the rule. You may find the answers below.
I went to the supermarket yesterday. I saw my friend in the supermarket. She was alone. She had two baskets. She bought some meat. I didn’t buy meat. I bought four ice-creams. She didn’t buy ice-cream. She bought some milk. I didn’t like milk. I bought two balls. She didn’t look at the balls. She bought two balloons. I saw four children. They had four bicycles. We didn’t have four bicycles. We had two bicycles. The children looked at the balloons. My friend didn’t look at them. They touched the balloons. The balloons broke. I looked at their hands. They had two needles. The fat boy didn’t have two needles. He had one needle. My friend screamed. The children didn’t scream. They laughed. My friend didn’t laugh. They took their bicycles. We didn’t take our bicycles. They jumped on their bicycles. They looked at us. We didn’t see them any more!