16 Comments

  1. karen teheran martinez
    May 24, 2012 @ 4:38 pm

    hola me alegra mucho que haigas creado esta pagina tengo desendencia irani y me gustaria aprender el idioma de mis antepasados por esto decidi estudiar y estoy en la leccion 3 y me es muy facil y divertido , sabes creo que en mi vida anterior fui arabe por que me familiariso mucho con la escritura me gusta mucho gracias

    • Mariam
      May 26, 2012 @ 2:44 pm

      hola, yo soy irani y me gustaria aprender espanol. I guess we can help each other.. would u like to? let me know, por favore

      • Diego
        June 2, 2012 @ 2:30 pm

        salam man irani am maryam khnaoom
        mikham spanish yad begiram age mishe rahnamayi konid
        kheili mamnooon

  2. Diego
    June 2, 2012 @ 12:43 am

    hi,my name is Diego and I know a little Farsi ,I would like to find someone who i can practice with. I speak English and Spanish if someone can speak Farsi and would like to learn English or Spanish probably we can help to each other.

  3. mfdf
    July 29, 2012 @ 10:15 pm

    your se looks like shin

  4. Ajay
    September 2, 2012 @ 10:04 am

    i know english,anyone knowledgeable in persian is welcome to help me out , i need to understand persian as i hv business interests in Iran so please help —–

  5. Mariyam
    January 15, 2013 @ 2:11 pm

    I am 11 and i know English,Farsi,Spanish,French and Iranian

  6. Sarah
    April 16, 2013 @ 12:58 am

    I have been practicing persian through this website for about a month now and I think it’s wonderful and probably the easiest way I have ever seen to learn another language. I have a question regarding the writing – I’ve noticed through the “Let’s Write” portions Some of the letter are written differently. For example When looking at “Jim” or “Che” The above portion has the “dots” to the inside and on the bottom portion they are more to the outside. Should this matter when trying to write language proficiently?As I would like to learn the language to the best of my ability. Thanks! Cheers!

  7. Abi
    October 23, 2013 @ 11:03 am

    Hassan, thanks so much for this wonderful site, I’ve been teaching myself for several months now and can understand some conversation in movies!!! I was curious if you might contribute a Persian course to Duo Lingo so that more people can have access to learning Farsi free of charge?
    here is the link to add a new language to their site, if anyone speaks Farsi and English or Farsi and Spanish or Farsi and any language you could apply. kheli mamnoon!
    http://incubator.duolingo.com/

  8. Syed Hussain
    November 13, 2013 @ 11:24 am

    I am a doctor by profession. Good in English, Urdu and punjabi . Want to learn Farsi on line. Any one interested to chat.my contact syzahu@yahoo.com

  9. Katherine O.
    January 7, 2014 @ 9:49 pm

    Dear Hassan…As you requested to hear from your “students” regarding progress in the lessons, you provide for FREE, I wanted to take the time to thank you. I have a very limited vocabulary an recognition of certain Persian words but I have not taken the time to learn from scratch until now. I had the opportunity back in the 1980’s and I was taught a few words, one time even a joke…a man I worked with taught me a phrase and sent me on to my boyfriend to shock him near to DEATH! It wasn’t funny to him at all at the time, although he did laugh later. One good thing came out of the experience – he said at least he could see that I had a very good accent! I have a true affinity for this beautiful language. It is very exciting to learn the alphabet and correct pronunciations, the beautiful structure of the letters and the calligraphy. I consumed 4 weeks worth of lessons in one weekend and I’m unstoppable! Hopefully, I will do the world some good with my gift for pronunciation…that is, when I’ve completed your series and sent out to speak this language of love and poetic beauty.

    Khaylee mamnoon
    -Katherine O

  10. Laura
    January 20, 2014 @ 7:44 pm

    I just found this website a few hours ago and have already fallen in love with Farsi! Thank you so much for making this available to us! The way you present each lesson is so easy and fun to understand! Thank you so much for your time in preparing each lesson for us!! You have blessed us so much!

  11. Maya
    May 4, 2014 @ 4:13 am

    Is really great website! thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!

  12. Dorcia
    August 11, 2014 @ 10:45 pm

    Hi, I just started learning the Persian alphabet. Since I’m trying to make notes and flashcards, it’s really useful to also know what it looks like hand-written. I noticed the shapes sometimes are changed a bit when letters are connected to each other. Is there any chance to include some pictures of what jim/che/he look like in combination with the vowels? Thanks.

  13. Mahmood
    October 9, 2015 @ 12:46 am

    I am 75 years old, I am Urdu seaking old man . It was mylong lost desire to learn persian. Now my memory is not that sharp as it used tobe . I wonder whether at this stage I will be able to learn or not. But I am going to give it a try. luckily I found “easypersian.com” site on my computer computer as I was surfing I down loaded the site and porobed throuh it I discovered it to be of my likeing. However I have not been able to discover in the last two hours how to print the lessons? How ever I believe there must be some way to print them , because it is difficult to open the computer every time you are revising the lessons.

    Mahmood

    • Skyler
      November 28, 2015 @ 12:13 am

      assailam o aleikam Mahmood!

      To print lessons, press and hold down the “ctrl” key and P together, with the lesson open, and you will get a print window.

      or, depending which browser you’re using: There is a button that looks like three lines on top of each other in the top right hand corner, near your address bar. Click on that and you will find the print button.

      Just in case both of those don’t work (they should, though):

      1. click right next to the beginning of the text, and, still holding the button down, drag your cursor to the end. this will highlight the whole lesson.
      2. leaving the lesson highlighted, click it with the OPPOSITE button from the one you usually use (probably the right). a menu will come up.
      3. click “Copy”
      4. open whatever program you use to type.
      5. put your cursor anywhere, and right-click again. a menu will come up.
      6. click “Paste” .
      The lesson should appear in the document.
      7. print from there.

      Good luck!!