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  1. evsen yildiz
    August 27, 2012 @ 1:20 pm

    your lessons are wonderful. i have learned so much. thank you very much for all lessons and examples.

  2. ali
    September 21, 2012 @ 7:59 pm

    thank you so much
    but some words hard to pronounce

  3. samana
    March 5, 2013 @ 7:23 pm

    Thank u so much, for making persian to learn so easy.

    • raza qaiser
      April 7, 2015 @ 7:59 pm

      it was really a usefull comment

  4. claus
    April 6, 2013 @ 10:26 am

    Is there any way that I can download this file? thank you

  5. Mitch Kvalsund
    July 4, 2014 @ 12:37 am

    I like your language exercises but you’re explanation is a little confusing. Like how can someone change their accent to a standard accent? If a man from Texas wants to communicate with someone in New York, he has to change his accent in order to be understood? As I understand Iran, Afghanistan and Iraq are the only Farsi speaking countries, are you saying none of these countries can communicate with each other because they all have their own accents.

    • Vishnu
      October 24, 2014 @ 6:47 am

      Persian is not spoken in Iraq. Iraqis speak Arabic. Iran,Afghanistan and Tajikistan are the three countries where Persian is used as the official language. In Afghanistan,they call it Dari which is slightly different from standard Farsi. And in Tajikistan,the language is called Tajik and is written in Cyrillic script.

    • mohammad mj
      July 16, 2015 @ 11:09 pm

      they don’t need to change their accent to be understood at all.the Persian spoken by someone in Tehran is exactly the same thing spoken by people from other cities like Isfahan,Shiraz,Mashad and so on.the only slight difference is the stress and the intonation they can understand them all without any major problems.

  6. Gabriel Rosa
    February 5, 2016 @ 2:24 am

    “As far as I remember now, these languages are as follows: Farsi or Persian, Turkish, Kurdish, Arabic, Armenian, Zoroastrian, Urdu, and even Jewish.”

    As far as a I’m aware, Zoroastrian and Jewish are no languages but the designation for people professing, respectively, Zoroastrianism and Judaism. Maybe you meant to respectively write the languages Avestan and Hebrew instead.