This is the 2nd edition of "1000+ Most Useful Persian Words". This book contains the most useful words you need to know to read, write and speak in Persian.
The book The book also provides some essential material regarding the Persian alphabet and the pronunciation of the Persian letters.
This book of 100 Persian Verbs provides students with immediate access to correct verb forms of the Persian language. Finding the Persian verb conjunctions is not usually an easy task. Using the verbs in their correct forms might be a challenge for students, regardless of the learning system. This book has been designed to be used as a quick and easy way to find the full conjunction of the most common Persian verbs you need to use in a conversation or in your writing. In order to use this book effectively, you must be able to read and write in Persian, and be familiar with the grammar and the basic structure of the Persian language. However, in the beginning of the book, some essential materials regarding the Persian alphabet, pronunciation of the Persian letters, the definition of different Persian verb tenses and their uses have been provided. To learn more about Bahar Books please visit: www.baharbooks.com
The content of the activity books in this series has been designed for students of Iranian Heritage who are learning Persian as a second language in a classroom. REVISED EDITION] This is Book One of Two_ For more information regarding BAHAR BOOKS, visit: www.baharbooks.com
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Hello. My name is Nazanin (Naz) Mirsadeghi. I was born in Iran and became a U.S. Citizen in September of 2006. I speak English, Persian (Farsi) and a little bit of Spanish. I moved to the United States in 1996 to join my husband who had just started working in New York City after finishing his studies. I also wanted to continue my own studies and raise my family here. I see myself spending more and more time at the library.
As we go through different stages of life, the type of materials we are interested in changes. Ten to fifteen years ago, my focus was more on providing my children with the best educational resources available, so we spent a lot of time at the children’s section of the library. Now that my children are grown, I have more time to focus on my own interests which may include advancing my knowledge of a language, learning more about my favorite subjects or simply reading for pleasure. All of them are possible with the vast collection of material available at the Greenburgh Library.
Published in honour of Basil W. Robinson, Keeper Emeritus of the Victoria and Albert Museum and a key contributor to the growing scholarly interest in Persian miniatures for over 50 years, this book contains both personal appreciations of his work and a bibliography of his writings. The contributions cover Persian painting from Ilkhanid to Qajar times, and include material from Turkey, Central Asia, and India.
This workbook is designed for use by non-native learners of the Persian language. It is intended for beginners who seek to learn the Persian alphabet and script. By using visual directions and exercises, the workbook will help the reader overcome some of the difficulties associated with the process of learning the Persian script. This book will provide you with a clear description for each Persian letter, including its name, sound and forms.
Shortly after the 1989 publication ofWomen Without Men in her native Iran, Shahrnush Parsipur was arrested and jailed for her frank and defiant portrayal of women's sexuality. Now banned in Iran, this small masterpiece was eventually translated into several languages and introduces U.S. readers to the work of a brilliant Persian writer. With a tone that is stark, and bold,Women Without Men creates an evocative allegory of life for contemporary Iranian women.