Note: Before doing these homeworks, make sure you have learned the previous words fluently.
Follow the examples and say the verbs with all subjective pronouns:
Note: You should say both imperative roots one after another. But, use the first option only.
To beat = /zædæn/.
Beat! (imperative) = /zæn/. Or /bezæn/.
I beat = /mizænæm/.
You beat = /mizæni/ …
To become = /shodæn/.
Become! (imperative) = /sho/. Or /besho/.
I become = /mishævæm/.
You become = /mishævi/.
To break = /shekæstæn/.
Break! (imperative) = /shekæn/. Or /beshekæn/.
I break = /mishekænæm/.
You break = /mishekæni/.
To bring = /a:vordæn/.
Bring! (imperative) = /a:r/. Or /bi ya:r/.
I bring = /mi a:væræm/.
You bring = /mi a:væri/.
To buy = /khæridæn/.
Buy! (impreative) = /khær/. Or /bekhær/.
Secret Note!! Do not call anybody /khær/!! It is a taboo word. It means donkey in Persian. In saying, it refers to a person who is slow to understand.
I buy = /mi khæræm/.
You buy = /mi khæri/.