Persian Lesson 1 – The Alphabet, Short Vowels, B, P, T Letters


Persian Ancient Writing
This is the first Farsi lesson. For those who are, to some extent, familiar with these basics of Persian language, it might seem redundant. Nevertheless, as mentioned above, we are going to learn Persian from the very scratch that I think will be more helpful. Little by little, we will make great progress to begin advanced Persian that will let you communicate with others in Persian in both oral and written. In near future, you will find yourself speaking, reading, and even writing in Persian. These all can only be achieved through practicing these simple steps, which make learning as easy as possible.

Lesson 1 (Start from the very beginning!)

Like anything else, you’ll have to learn some basics first, and it’s inevitable! In these lessons, I have tried hard to simplify the rules as much as possible. However, it’s a new language for you and requires at least a little bit of effort if not very much! All you have to do is be patient and follow the instructions one by one. In the meantime, we are going to learn the Persian letters and the way they are pronounced and of course we will do it step by step to make sure that everything is quite clear. After you got a little familiarity with some basics you would see that it’s really as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1. Unlike western languages, Persian is written and read from right to left.

2. Persian consists of 32 letters. Some of them have small and big form like A / a in English while others have only one form. You don’t need to memorize all of them now. Just be patient enough to learn it one by one. In the end you’ll see your progress.

3. As you know, English words cannot be pronounced without these five letters: A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y as in BY. These are called vowels. In Persian, however, there are no letters considered as vowels. Instead, we put some sounds on or under the letters to make them readable. There are six main sounds in Persian recognized as vowels, three short vowels and three long vowels. Remember that these are not letters. These are sounds that come with letters and make them pronounceable. Today we will learn short vowels.

The representatives (symbols) of these sounds (vowels) are as follows:

1-   Do you see the small symbol on A? If this sign sits on a letter, the letter will be pronounced as /æ/ in dad.

2-  If this sign, which is exactly written in the same way as in number one, sits under a letter, it will be pronounced as /e/ in set.

3-  If this sign, which has a circle on his head, sits on a letter, it will be pronounced as /o/ in border.

Note: this sign sits on the letters only.

These three sounds are called short vowels.

Now that you are familiar with these three short vowels you are ready to learn a couple of letters to practice with these sounds.

Today we are going to learn three big letters as well as their small forms.

1-  This is the big letter ‘B’ in Persian. In the meantime, you don’t need to learn how to write it. We are just trying to pronounce it with the help of those three short vowels above. Ready? Don’t worry. I’ll write it for you. All you have to do is pronounce it.

This is /bæ/ as in battery.

This one is /be/ as in bed.

This one is /bo/ as in border.

Try to repeat it for a couple of times.

2-  This one is the small letter ‘b’ in Persian. Now try to pronounce this letter in the same way. Don’t forget to read from right to left. You will say. 

Don’t be afraid! It’s not that much difficult. Don’t believe me? Click here to listen.

B letters

Note: big letters come at the end of the words and may stand either attached or separated from other letters (they are separable), while the small letters come at the beginning or in the middle of the words and are attached to some other letters (they are inseparable). There is only one exception that will be explained later.

3- This one is the big letter ‘P’ in Persian. Try to pronounce it with the short vowels.

as /pæ/ in pad.

as /pe/in pet.

as /po/in pork.

4-   This one is the small letter ‘p’ in Persian. Try to pronounce it. Don’t forget to read from right to left. You will say:  

Need help? Click here to listen.

P letters

5-  This one is big letter ‘T’ in Persian. Try to pronounce it with the short vowels.

as /tæ/ in tab.

as /te/ in tennis.

as /to/ in torn.

6-  This is the small letter ‘t’. Don’t forget to read from right to left. Try to pronounce it. 

Still need help? Click here.

T letters

Ok. With this we come to the end of lesson one. I hope you have enjoyed it. Make sure to check the Useful drills now. Don’t forget to visit this page every weekend. This site is updated weekly.

That’s it for today. Feel tired? Hit me

Click here if you want to write in Persian.

Lesson 1


  1. Suzumiya says:

    Thank you very much for your website! It has lots of grammar explained. Unfortunately, Farsi is not as popular on the internet as Arabic is, so your website is a treasure. Farsi is easier than Arabic, so I will learn first Farsi then Arabic.

    • Arabic is much different from Farsi, it beeing a afro-asiatic language while Farsi is Indo-european. Learning Hebrew first would help you better, especially with grammar. Yet, persian has borrowed the Abjad beside many vocabulary. So, that may be useful for you too.

  2. Alfredo G says:

    very nice the new style – always great all the work! tashakkor – khosh bashid

  3. Bahattin Gökçe says:

    Thank you very much. Your web-site is so good.

  4. Phillip McLennan says:

    Dear Hassan,
    حالت چطوره؟ ! Very much admire and enjoy lessions. Book available?

  5. It was a great surprise for me to see that the oxford language centre offers my sweet lovely language Parsi as well.
    Thank you very much and well done!

    • Asif Syal says:

      سلام مریم جان، منم فارسی زبان ھستم، خیلی خوش وقتم از این ویبگاھی جدید،

  6. Hassan H. says:

    Thanks everybody.

    I am very happy that you have found this site useful.

    Currently, BOOK is not available. Maybe in the future.

    All the best to all of you,

    • Thank you so much for this website! My dad has been begging me to learn Farsi so I gave it a try. But now i enjoy it ALOT!

    • Hassan, compliment the book with an audio CD with some basic sentences colloquially used in the business context and I’m sure you will have buyers like me dishing out cash.

  7. ممنون از آموزش خوبتان

  8. What’s up to all, how is everything, I think every one is getting more from this site, and your views are good designed for new visitors.

  9. Akbar Ali says:

    Dear sir I want to learn farsi through your website. please guide me either i can get complete the farsi learning course.

  10. Prakash Bhattarai says:

    It’s really helpful web site……thank you

  11. Do you have any downloads for mac?

  12. امید وارم همه شما دوستان فارسی یاد بگیرید

  13. من هم فارسی زبان هستم و میخواهم انگلیسی یاد بگیرم

  14. any body there?

    • Aqa Mahdi will you please tel me the english of Haal e sada and haal e akhbari


      • Hi,
        In fact,We don’t use “haa e saade” in everyday Farsi-which is spoken in Iran-and its usage IS rare indeed. Every body uses “haal e akhbari” instead. if you use haal e saade you may like reading/reciting a poetry.
        By the way you may hear/read “Mozareمضارع” word instead of “haal”.

  15. mari hesam says:

    tnx for this site..

  16. Hi, I live in London and I have experience as a private Farsi teacher for nine years. I would be happy to help anyone looking to learn Persian.
    Zari B.

    • Mr. Zari B.
      this is fatima here. i am very much intersted to learn this language.but i dont have even a least bit of knowledge about it. can u please help. my skype ID is
      plz add me if possible

    • Dear Zari B.

      Hi my name is bella. my moms side of the family is Persian and I would love to learn farsi. Please contact me at my email witch is with no capitols thank you please please contact me

  17. Very nice website. Many thanks!

  18. I am African American from Philadelphia which is a city in America and I find this language very fun to learn and interesting:)
    Thank you very much sir for putting up all of these free lessons on this free website!!

  19. Thank You … for a complety website
    Love persian.

  20. Salam Hassan!. I do admire your patience and dedication doing this all for us, learners.
    I would like to ask you, if you happen to know the lyrics of Esgh e man by Farzin?..
    I would like to sing along with it if i can only see alphabet lyrics .. please? :)

  21. خوشحالم که زبان مادری من اینقدر طرفدار داره اگه قابل بدونید میتونم کمکتون کنم…
    I am so happy that parsi has the fans like u… I hope you learn it as easy as possible… if i can help, this is my yahoo ID you can add me for talk in parsi. I will be happy if I can help.

  22. Just a quick note to say thanks a great deal for this website. It is so useful for me and is a real comfort to have. My husband is Iranian and his family don’t speak english so have set myself goals to complete your lessons. Thanks again.

  23. I am a native Iranian living in Dublin and have experience of teaching Farsi for a while I am a certified interpreter as well. If anybody (Irish fellows) is interested please drop me a line at:

  24. Farangis says:

    I would like to see some sample Farsi translations

  25. Farangis says:

    I would look to see some sample of farsi English translations

  26. mushtaq ahamd says:

    i am doing ma persian in jnu delhi.but unfortunately i can not speak very well..plz give some suggestions.

  27. i reaaly love persian and i want a friend to help me i can understand well but unfortunatly cant speak… anyone plz????

  28. salaam!
    i found this page suddenly when i searched for some material to learning English.
    i am a native Persian and i really interest in help you to learn Persian Farsi.

    have good time learning Farsi :)

  29. my Yahoo Id is jafarzadeh991

  30. Thank You so much for this website!!

  31. Nice site. Hoping to learn some basic Farsi.

  32. This is a fantastic Farsi learning website! Thank you very much for it!

  33. If you want to transliterate(not to translate) from English to Persian. Try
    In this website your enter : “Salaam” and it transliterate it to “سلام”.
    You may ask why it is useful or who use it. The answer is Persian speaker people use it. Why? because most of people cannot type in Persian(don’t know which key is for “ج” or which one is for “ق”. So they just say “Salam, hale shoma khoob ast?” and it converts that to “سلام حال شما خوب است؟”.

  34. khaleeq Ahmed says:


  35. Cecilia Alonso says:

    hi everyone, i would like to know how to say “the key is to laugh” in persian, does anyone know??thanks a lot

    • If i understant you correctly it will be: kelid ân khandidan ast
      كليد آن خنديدن است
      But we also can say: kelidash khande ast. Or: kelid khande ast

  36. Tasripin Adiwijaya says:

    Thank you so much to whom gentleman to provide this Persian Language, since I get two things the first the Persian one itself and I could maintain my English well, I hope I could keep studying Persian constantly and manage my time. This course is very very useful for every one who concern to development Persian Country and I should close to the Persian culture, especially to Islamic Iranian Country which hold the al Qur’an wal al hadist as foundation rule. Salam/Salom

  37. Hi! I am Archana from India! your website is very useful and interesting! India is a multilingual country and it is amazing to see the give and take among many Indian languages and Persian. Thanks!

  38. salaam aleikum
    i m new on the website…i want know what is the difference between persian and dari language?

    • Farsi it is the langues of iran and dari its in afganistan and tajikestan, they have diffrent accents ,and there is some diffrents in gramer and verbs, but trust me dont waste your time on dari! Go and learn farsi bec there are almost 75milion iranian and of curse farsi is more famos and usefull.

  39. i am also new to the website, but it is helping me learn… thank you for taking the time of setting this helpfull tips

  40. vry useful ya.. really greatful to this site

  41. Thank you very much for the lessons!

  42. Excellent site… Superb way of teaching…

  43. Mehek Ruba says:

    sooperb it is

  44. Loving it it’s really easy n good exercise

  45. Nice!
    I’m hoping to understand Farsi :)

  46. Excellent website – thank you very much. I really appreciate that it is free and that you need advertising to help pay for it but please would you find advertising other than that for ‘girls’ or ‘mature single women’. As a woman I really find it quite offensive to be faced with these ads that seem to sell women as sexual objects. They are inappropriate and really make a dent in the quality of what seems a useful and well thought-out website.

    • I don’t think Mr. Hassan has much to do with the advertisements appearing on the page as they probably depend on your region or the surfing history of the computer you are using. The advertisements I see here are of some language academies and trading companies…anyway, I agree with you, this is an excellent website, happy learning :)

  47. Just started to use your website, but so far it’s really great. Thanks. Seriously. :)

  48. Hazrata Hassan jon, this website has been extremely helpful in allowing me to communicate with my family living in Isfahan. It is truly a gift to be able to talk to them for the first time in 15 years. Kheili mamnoon Moalem!!

  49. I love this website as i am a beginer an its going to be very useful
    Thank you…

  50. Any one out there willing to help me out?

  51. Kashif Syed says:

    Its very useful website for persian language but Farsi(Dari) is quite different due to grammar and routine way of communication or slang.

  52. who is want to learn Kurdish? Kurdish is my language but I now Persian very well . and i write Persian poem.
    هه ر که س له ره کورده ریپله ی کاته وه .

  53. Afzal Aziz says:

    If any one have a complete course for persian then kindly send me

  54. Hi every one,
    I was searching for a web-site to learn Persian for some one who wants to learn as a second language and I found this website but I think for someone who has completely different alphabet may be first idea would be just start learning talking with English alphabet and later on start learning to read and write. Is it possible in this way to learn in this website or juts one have to start with Alphabet?

  55. Gulistan M. Malik says:

    Good &helpful Web sit Thanks

  56. يكى از آرزو هاى من هميشه اين بود كه مردمى از بقيه كشور ها بخواهندفارسى ياد بگيرند
    Guys i am a native persian speaker and i studied( adabiat farsi )in school & it will be my honor to help you, so any problem or question dont think about it, just ask me:)
    Skype: delband.behdadfar

  57. KHeili Kheili MAMnun,
    Thnaks a lot, keep up the good work!

  58. I’m a lesbian and I was wondering if there are any ways I can communicate with Iranian lesbians while in Iran for my trip. Are there special words I should know? Thanks!

    • WHoCarEs? says:

      Watch your words ,, as a friend i want to give you an advice ,, unfortunately iran isnt a free country right now,, and the regim is islamic with islamic rules so any kind of homosexuality do does have strong punishments , so if you want to travel to iran be careful and forget about lesbian things:) just have fun with beautiful places and nice people;)

  59. mohamed anees says:

    thank you so much dear sir,
    it is really helpful for all kind of i am very much interested to learn persian.

  60. Thank you so much for the first lesson. Learning Farsi was fun and I know it will continue to be. I think I can do this!


  61. I always had a desire to learn parsian, but didn’t know how? We get chance to watch some nice persian serials with english sub title & through this i have learned few words, it’s so interesting. Also got the opportunity to visit Iran,went for ziyarat, it’s an amazing country with such sweet people. Infact didn’t feel like coming back to my country. And fortunately I come across this very helpful website. Today is my 1st day here but I learned quite good. Thanks! And hope to continue.

  62. malik javed says:

    Thanks, good and helpfull web.

  63. this is the best site i ever visited, more than youtube

  64. Georg Huber, Germany says:

    Aghaye Hassan – Almani hastam —-and i really have some knowledge in learning languages in general and as i want to learn farsi – i got all the books —there are 3 of them – for germans to learn farsi. And of course i have your internet course. – And please let me say that from all the farsi – courses your course is the best one! Really! 1.) The big problem of using presens —with the changing of words + adding MI—sometimes- sometimes not. —This big problem is ONLY solved in your course by avoiding present tense until to a late state…..with all other books – courses – hardly i learned a new word- infinitiv – i have to change it to make it present tense—-this is enormously confusing – and not very helpfull. – 2.) The problem in learning languages is for me to learn already at an early state USEFULL words, words which i could use easily talking to “indigens”. Of course in your farsi-course too my mind reads some words in lesson 28 or 39 (only examples) where my mind says NO—-i will not learn this word….for example: To publish…..only a little example…For sure agha ye Hassan azziz, i will not need this word going to Tehroon 3 months later….FOR SURE NOT…..and thinking to all those words for “to break”……
    But, but, i just got a new book for farsi-learning for germans—-and this book has for example in lesson 4 the words dejh, aazaar, in lesson 5 the word sabab, shaadaab, dasht, dastaar, sabr, zarraab, zarar……and so on and so on…..—and dear agha ye Hassan, compared with this book and my other farsi-learning-books….you really are an IDEAL in using USEFULL words. I know that the problem with persian/arab writing forces a teacher sometimes to use a word for showing a certain letter – but, honestly, i think sometimes these authors are too lazy to find a USEFULL word for a certain letter…..and as i told you: My mind revolts and says NO—-i will not learn the word zarraab now….for sure not. -
    For sure in my experience with learning languages i saw many, many pedagogic faults – for example i am not sure if i have to learn numbers in an early state until 2 millions…..- but from these experiences – at least concerning farsi-courses…your course is FAR the best one. —And this for nothing. Thanks Mr. Hassan—-btw i read your book, Bi Parchamaan—
    Georg Huber

    • salam :)
      I’m learning German and my German friend is willing to learn Persian. can you help me in finding some german-persian books?
      I leave my E-mail, send me a msg if you could.

      Schöne Gruße auf China

  65. aslamo i am 4rm pakistan i want to understand persian language but cant understand this i even do not know a single word about persian can u help me please

  66. hamid samee says:

    this is one of the best website of Persian language i have ever seen. i just need to learn it because i am fan of Mulana Romi’s Masnavi and Allama Iqbal’s writings.(Great Site)

  67. i just finished my 1st lesson in 10 minutes and i feel so good….what could be better than this..awesome.

  68. Very good teaching website.thanks

  69. Can anyone help me how to say these words in Persian:- hungry, sleep,thirsty, tired, free, crying, working, work, hate, useless, useful, hurt, angry, hit, funny, demand, inside, few, more, eyes, ear, understand, listen, please, truth, pain, injury, fingers, nose, insult, get lost, fly, don’t know, i know, pay attention, reason . THis much for now. Thanks!

    • Hi Samana,I’m from iran and I’d like to help you!!
      crying=گریه کردن(gerie kardan)but it’s diferent to say somebody is crying
      I can help you on yahoo if you like

  70. thank you so much for this website – so many have benefited

  71. Waiting for help!

  72. Can u help me how to say these words in Persian:- hungry, sleep,thirsty, tired, free, crying, working, work, hate, useless, useful, hurt, angry, hit, funny, demand, inside, few, more, eyes, ear, understand, listen, please, truth, pain, injury, fingers, nose, insult, get lost, fly, don’t know, i know, pay attention, reason . This much for now. Thanks!

    • Hi Samana,
      Persian (in Iran) has two accents, written and dialogic. I appreciate your interest for learning my native language and proud to teach you what you’ve asked. I write the translations beside each word in both (written and dialogic) structures. The first part will be written format and the second ones will be dialogic. Hope you to learn fast and enjoy!

      Note: Some of words have same accent in written and dialogic. I’ve written them once.
      Attention: ‘a’ for (ask) and ‘à’ for (are)

      hungry: W = گرسنه (gorosne), L = گشنه (goshne)
      sleep: W & L = خواب (khàb)
      thirsty: W & L = تاریخ (tàrikh)
      tired: W & L = خسته (khaste)
      free: W & L = آزاد (àzàd)
      crying: W & L = در حال گریه کردن – یا – گریه کردن (dar hàl e gerye kardan – OR – gerye kardan)
      working: W & L = در حال کار کردن – یا – کار کردن (dar hàl e kàr kardan – OR – kàr kardan)
      work: W & L = کار (kàr)
      hate: W & L = نفرت (nefrat)
      useless: W & L = بی فایده (bi fàyde)
      useful: W & L = مفید (mofid)
      hurt: W & L = ضرر (zarar)
      angry: W & L = عصبانی (asabàni)
      hit: W & L = زدن (zadan)
      funny: W & L = خنده دار (khande dàr)
      demand: W & L = تقاضا کردن (taghàzà kardan)
      inside: W & L = داخل (dàkhel)
      few: W & L = کم (kam)
      more: W & L = بیشتر (bishtar)
      eyes: W = چشمها (cheshmhà), L = چشا (cheshà)
      ear: W & L = گوش (gush)
      understand: W & L = فهمیدن (fahmidan)
      listen: W & L = گوش کردن (gush kardan)
      please: W & L = لطفاً (lotfan)
      truth: W & L = حقیقت (haghighat)
      pain: W & L = درد (dard)
      injury: W & L = صدمه (sadame)
      fingers: W = انگشتان (angoshtàn), L = انگشتا (angoshtà)
      nose: W & L = بینی (bini)
      insult: W & L = توهین (touhin)
      get lost: W & L = گمشده (gom shode)
      fly: W & L = پرواز (parvàz)
      don’t know: W = ندانستن (nadànestan), L = ندونستن (nadunestan)
      i know: W = می دانم (midànam), L = می دونم (midunam)
      pay attention: W & L = دقت کردن (deghat kardan)
      reason: W & L = دلیل (dalil)

  73. yasinarslan says:

    Hi everyone :) I am looking for someone to teach me Persian. It could be English practice as well, thanks in advance. :) my Skype

  74. H. Hassan says:

    I have tried to learn many languages but it didn’t work for me, I will see how learning Iranian will go with me. Thank you very much for the site.

  75. Hands-down, the most patient approach towards teaching a new language. Good stuff Hassan, and thank you.

  76. sharad says:

    Thanks for the website. It was my first day with Farsi. I am from India and would try learn the basics. It is very convenient and lesson 1, I am through with. Keep updating. Best regards.

  77. Hi all,
    I am a native speaker of Parsi living in Australia. I will be more than happy to help anyone interested in learning our language.
    Good luck to all of you :)

    • Can you help me please, I want to know some of words to be specific can you give at least a list of persian words with english translation I’m having trouble finding more words, I will Appreciate It by the way this is my yahoo email just send me some If you can, Best regards Az Doostat Jomar from philippines

  78. Great site, thank you! I’m a 2nd generation American Persian and can’t speak the language. Hopefully this website will help remedy that!

  79. tasneem says:

    salam i really want to learn persian ,i hav been in search of some 1 who can teach farsi for around an year or so,is there any iranian lady who can help me out bcos i dont want to learn it wid a male

  80. KHELI KHELI MAMNOON! Daste shoma dard nakhone…this SITE IS SOOOO awesome, Im american/mexican, my first language is English, second is Spanish, I work at an Adult Day Health Care Center in California, and I work with about 130+ persian patients a day (not including staff) most of them dont speak ANY english, So Im here doing research to break that language barrier even more so, Im learning rather fast as I listen to the language everyday, But this sight has a lot of good information. Thanks once again for all your work.

  81. Salaam! I’m Amir
    whoever want to learn Farsi and need help can send me email.I’ll be so so proud to help people learn Farsi!

  82. I am learning Farsi for couple of years and I have a good storage of Persian words in my mind and I know well how to write in this language. I am frustrated that I still can not talk in person beyond two sentences and I get nervous. I guess I need an informal environment with Farsi speakers. If some one willing to help me please write me at

  83. i just started. when i saw the letters from the begining it was strange, but i liked the first lesson. waiting the second one .. :))) thank you

  84. Antonio Monteiro says:

    It’s my firt lesson and I enjoyed very much your website; thanks a lot.

  85. I just can not get the sound to come on where it says “click here to listen” Am I doing it wrong?

  86. Hey, I am an English speaker. I want to learn Persian from the bottom. I can understand different languages like Urdu & little bit of Arabic.

    I can teach English in return.
    my skype Id: info.fakhar

    Thank you.

  87. Hi. I’m trying to learn Farsi. I want to learn like the alphabet first and then basic words. Thank you.

  88. Iris Marquela Santamaria Jurado says:

    hola,estoy contenta de haber encontrado estas lecciones ,siga dejando mas palabra y frases,quiero aprender ,gracia.Dios les bendiga

  89. joohee kim says:

    wow. good site. thank you very so much. I’m korean. I love iran. I will work hard to learn. thanks again ^^

  90. thanks for this. I have no idea what made me decide to learn this language, but I am already starting to make out some words in text already and I just started learning today. It’s a very easy language.

  91. I ordered the DVD school children’s disk and it either is blank or has an extension that won’t open on any computer I have. Whom do I contact to redress this issue?

  92. Sâlam!
    I’m trying to learn Persian, and i’m soooooooo glad that i found this site!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you all so much for your help!!!!

  93. salam be hamegi===hello everybody :D
    i really like to learn English.
    i’m native FARSI speaker…so feel free and contact me at: to exchange language’ the way native TURKISH,ARABIC,SPANISH speaker’s are also welcome.
    NOTICE: there is a dot between surfer and boy in my Email address.
    looking forward to see you and teach you :)
    doosetoon daram.

  94. Mushtaq Solangi says:

    Hi friends, plz enlist me also in new learners of PERSIAN. please teach and guide me in this regard.

  95. Mushtaq Solangi says:

    I am also at facebook with same email

  96. Hello friends, anyone up for studying together via skype? I’m currently an Iranian American student who can fluently speak english as well as farsi, and used to be able to read/write in farsi as I went to kindergarten through second grade in Tehran. I’m working on learning how to read and write again, and mastering my farsi. If anyone would like to join my study group and work together to learn Farsi faster, please shoot me an email. Together we can learn faster than by ourselves. Good luck!

    Tamrin Khosh Begzare!
    (Happy Practicing)


  97. Kay Shields says:

    Wow, I like this… it really helped. I am now the only person in my classes that knows a foreign language! But that’s not why I learned the language… I love learning languages, and I have gone to 24 different websites who say they teach languages, but don’t. They only say how to pronounce the alphabet, and teach you a few words, then set you free into the world. It’s like sending a baby bird into the skies without teaching it how to fly. Anyway, it really helped… do you have anymore websites like this one, except on different languages?


  98. Harun Abakay says:

    Hi, im trying to learn persian, this lesson was great fro me, and i need learn specially speaking farsi for my job, i saw some words with meanings up from ” YUTAB” , can i request more words, here is my mail:
    Thanks a lot

  99. Before I begin my pursuit of learning Persian (Farsi), I would like formally thank you first for providing this thorough website. After doing a considerable amount of research, there are simply no sites that take you from scratch to a comprehensive understanding of any Middle Eastern language. Thank you again, as I will begin using your website shortly, and quite often, each and every day, and hopefully accomplish my goal of becoming fluent in the langage.

    - Erik

  100. I want to thank you so very much for this great site. I’m learning Persian only from your site, and I’d always wanted to learn it, but it’s too expensive to learn it. This is so great, thank you! Please go on like this.

  101. Dari Farsi Teacher says:

    Need a Farsi Teacher/ Dari Teacher? Do you want Online Dari or Farsi lessons? Send me an Email: to

  102. Cloudy Cloud says:

    Its fun learninig a new language. Farsi is a language of sufism. Will be back tomorrow for next lesson.

  103. Kamran Sarwar says:

    Just want to learn 2 languages before I depart this earth. Farsi and French.
    Already an Urdu, Danish, English, German and Punjabi speaker.
    Kamran Sarwar, Denmark

  104. Salam; i want to learn farsi because its very great language and sweet too. I know how to speak english,urdu and little bit farsi.Come what may i am to learn persian.
    pay my regard to you.
    Rizwan kazim.Pakistan

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