3 Comments

  1. yazan mousawi
    July 2, 2012 @ 1:38 pm

    Salam Mr. Hassan ,
    would you please translate the proverb that you mentioned above to persian ?
    many thanks

  2. Malcom Loa
    January 2, 2013 @ 10:28 am

    This is a great introduction to the one really difficult part of Persian grammar: to use a verb you always have to learn both the infinitive and the base of the present tense. The Teacher’s warning that ALL of those bases are irregular is a useful warning. There is only one exception worth knowing: almost all verbs with an infinitive ending in -idæn, and there are very many of them, form that base by dropping the -idæn. Examples from the previous lessons: khæridæn (khær) = buy; porsidæn (pors) = ask; ræsidæn (ræs) = arrive. But these four ARE irregular: a:færidæn (a;færin) = create; chidæn (chin) = pluck, arrange; didæn (bin) = see; shenidæn (shenæv) = hear.

    • JUN
      July 17, 2015 @ 3:34 am

      great, thank you