Farsi (Persian) Phrasebook

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Lonely Planet, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 253 pages
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We'll hike up the masir e kuhand drop in at the local to sip aromatic chayi. Then, under the cool night skies and the full muhabove, we'll take it in turns to recite she'r, and discuss the hasti: bale, amma...bale, hatman!'yes, but...yes, sure!' From mystics to museums, barbers to bazaars, and art to archaeology, jump into the event with this phrasebook...

In This Guide:

Clear pronunciation guide for the scrupulous speaker.
Action-packed vocabulary for outdoor devotees.
Classical Persian poetry for that inspirational moment.
Savouries and sweets to summon up a feast.
Language tips for getting the perfect bargain.
Comprehensive two-way dictionary.

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About the author (2001)

Yavar Dehghani, who has taught Persian for over twenty years, is the director of the Persian Department at the ADF School of Languages in Australia. Through his broad experience he realized that there was a growing need for a simple Persian-English dictionary directed towards English speakers who are learning Persian.

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