Hello everyone! How are you?
I hope all of you had a great New Year. I am really sorry for my long absence. Life is not always the same, specially for a person in my situation!
Please do the Quiz first. Then go to Useful Drills page.
Before we start, let me introduce a Frsi Editor. One of our friends, Daniel McCabe, has made a Farsi Editor software. Currently, I have not tried it. For sure, I will give it a try in near future. Maybe you would like to try now. Please right-click here and choose ‘Save Target As’ to download this file. The file is in ZIP format. So, you may need Winzip or Winrar to unzip this program after downloading.
Daniel says, “The programs requirements are;
w2k or wxp (I don’t have a w98 machine to test it on)
IME support for right to left languages (for the fonts)
Dot Net Framework (dotnetfxredist_X86.msi) as it was developed in vb.net 2k3
The user can either type directly (via HWKB) into the text area or utilize the SWKB Displayed to enter text. This text can be pushed to word (sent as a series of keystrokes after opening a new instance of word).
I basically works like the on screen keyboard that is supplied with wxp but only for its-self with limited formatting options. It is basic but it does what I wanted it to do.
It is only a beta 1 at the moment so changes can be made like outputting to other applications or the look and feel of the app etc.
There are some GPL Persian fonts included. ”
You may reach Daniel Here .
Thank you Daniel for your work and dedication.
(Source: Useful Drills 102)
1- Listen to the audio files first (preferably once). Repeat it for a couple of times. Write it down on a paper. Find their English equivalents. (Seen)
2- Find the Persian equivalent for the following words and make four sentences with each of them (in different tenses).
3- Say these numbers in Persian:
90 – 109 – 190 – 910 – 901 – 9110 – 1109 – 1019 – 9019
4- Follow the examples, combine the letters, and make words using the given letters. You’ll have to change the big letters into the small ones whenever needed.
See you next week!