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Persian Language and Culture

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Farsi and Dari-Persian languages are primarily spoken in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Iraq, as well as other Persian Gulf countries such as Bahrain.
Yes, there is a mountain of difference. The Arabs, though themselves not homogenous, are a Semitic people, whereas the Persians are Indo-Iranian, their language belonging to the Indo-European language family. In short, they are historically, culturally, linguistically and ethnically separate populat…
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"Persian" is derived through Latin, from Old Persian "Parsa". The Persians referred to their language first as "Parsig", modern "Parsi". In a very large percent of dialects, this became "Farsi" under possible Arab influence. (Arabic has no 'P', often turning the 'P' in Persian words into 'F'.) While…
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"Ma tora dost darom" or "ma tora khosh darom".
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Farsi is the language of Iran. It is also called Persian.
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Anyone can ask for translation to or from ANY language in the Translation section. We don't have all the languages listed, only the most used ones. Otherwise the category tree would become to large.
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DooSet DaaRamAsheghetam (A-She-Ghe-tam)... or you could say: Dooset daaram!duset daram
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In Iran all the people speak farsi but in some of cities or some of people speak farsi with another dialect. For example the kord people speak kordi or lor people speak lori:ex.ro:in lori = go:in English = boro:in farsikhous:in lori =sleep:in English = be khab:in farsi
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Farsi has many relatives in Iran. Though 51% of the Irnaian population is considered "Persian", another 20-25% of the population speaks languages that belong to the western Iranian branch. Iranian speakers include the Kurds who speak a variety of dialects from Gorani, Zaza, Pahlawani etc...to the Lo…
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Sweet means Shereen in Farsi. Sweet as in candies means shereeni. Sweet as in good/great/awesome means aalee.
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Arabic is the oldest language .
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"Vahid" means "single" when translated into English. This word is used when applied to something being singular rather than a relationship standpoint. It comes from Azeri (the Azerbaijani language) and the Farsi, since these languages lack the "w" in the original Arabic "wahid" meaning "single".
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salam (salaam) Salam means hello or hi in farsi; but in afghanestan they say salamo aleikom. Actually it comes from Islam. If we want to say hello in older Iran they say Drood or Ba Drood. ^Update: Some Islamized People in Iran say "salam", but the Persian word for Hello is "Dorood" or "Dorood bar…
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خیلی ممنونPronounced "khaylee mamnoon" * Farsi is written from right to left
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salam means hello ghoda hafez means goodbye
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Farsi is the official language of Iran.
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khaake nasooz (خاک نسوز) ORgele boote (گل بوته)
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1. "Sepas gozaram" or "Sepas". ("a" in "sepas" and "gozar" pronounced like "u" in "cut").2. "Mamnoon" or "Mamnoonam". ("a" in "smamnoon" pronounced like "a" in "cat", noon is like noon in English).3. "mersi" (pronounced mer-see), which is originally a French word.4. Mot-e- shakkeram, which is origin…
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mam-nun or mo-te-shak-ke-ram
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Its pronounced: Ta-va-llod-et Mo (not 'mow') -bu (not 'oo')-rak 'Tavalodet mobarak' Its pronounced literelly the way it is written, with an emphasis on the 'L'
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Very good in farsi is "Khali Khoob" (pronounced Khay-lee kh-oobOr: besyar khoob
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SALAM
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Dari is a dialect of Persian/Farsi, spoken in Afghanistan.
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اختراع EkhTeh Raa
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Around 85 million.
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Muhammed is written the same way in Arabic and Farsi: محمّد The word itself is Arabic though. Ham-mada (which is the root verb from which Muhammed comes) means to glorify or magnify in esteem. The F3a'il form of a verb creates a noun representing the person performs an action. I.e. Kataba mea…
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Persian is one of many types of Middle Eastern food. The differences between Persian Food and, say, Iraqi or Levantine Arab food are slight, but noticeable. There is a different spice pallet, focusing on saffron over cumin and an increased use of fruits for flavoring. Persian food also has a large n…
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Baron Karl von Drais, a German, invented the first archetype of the bicycle in 1817. He invented it so he could navigate the royal gardens faster. This machine, called a hobby horse in England, was made of wood.
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They take time off work, the perform rituals that are performed each holiday. They make special food and sometimes don special dress.
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rooze madar mobarak
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Bebakhshen
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The official language of Iran has two names and each is identical to each other. Iranian literature will identify "Persian" as the official language, Persian is another name for "Farsi". Farsi is spoken by nearly everyone (either as a first or second language). It is an Indo-European Language. Nat…
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Pooneh is means Pennyroyal (It's a type of plant.)
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No."Salam" or "Salaam" (however you want to spell it), is the word "peace" in Arabic.
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dimanakah asal usul gasing
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as far as I'm concerned, farsi is among the easiest languages on the face of the planet and I'll explain my position. i am a native speaker of English. i grew up speaking spanish as a second language. my grandmother was from Mexico and she never really learned English so i could only communicate wi…
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بخاطراوردن ، ياد اوردن ، بخاطر داشتن. Phonetically "Yadet miyad" "Do you remember?".
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Persia began as a client state of the Medes. It took over Media and used the combined strength to take over the Babylonian Empire and Assyria, then extending to the remainder of the Middle East, Egypyt and Libya, Thrace and Macedonia, and Central Asia. In taking over Asia Minor it brought under it…
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chi
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Salam. pronounced: sA- lom
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سلام Written right to left
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chee tur astee
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عشق from right to left
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My father moved to the United States from Iran to attend college. I am half-Persian. (amended by Dari Nowkhah)
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Chetori?= informal way of asking "How are you?" Haleh Shoma Chetor Ast?= formal way of asking "How are you?"
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Farsi is an Indo-European language, related to most of the languages of Europe, including English. Arabic is a Semitic language closely related to Hebrew.
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Pashto and Dari are two official languages of Afghanistan's people. Which 75% or more People of Afganistan speak on Pashto language. 30% or less then speak Dari language and 5% speak on other languages. If we look to history of Afghanistan then we will find out that most persidents of Afghanistan's …
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1= yek 2= doe 3= seh 4= chahar 5= pan 6= sheesh 7= haft 8= hasht 9= noh 10= dah
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There's a couple of ways of saying it;to your friend- Chetori? Halet khoobe? or Khoobi?To a respected person- Hale shoma chetore?Chetori? How are you? Khobi? Are you ok?
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سهیل From right to left
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Sob ba khair. it means god morning in English
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azizam delam barat tang shode
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"Chotor asty" Means "How are you?" "Salaam" means "Hello/Hi"
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اشلیFrom right to left
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afg4life"inja bya" <<<<< that's how u say come over here in farsi...
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deqe shodem
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be-far-ma-eed
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خوش آمدید Khosh Aamadid* Remember, Farsi is written from right to left
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You are the only love to tanha eshge mani
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Apakah yang dimaksudkan dengan promosi
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[I swear] to God.
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It is widely spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, with a sizable population in Uzbekistan and minor populations in surrounding countries of Central Asia and the Middle East.
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Afghanistan and Iran
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You = tooYou (plural) = shumaaPossessive pronouns are the same as personal pronouns, so your is also too and shumaa.
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The language farsi came from persian,and the country which it came from is Iran.
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Persians are an Indo-European people who developed a civilization in what is now Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. The Persian Empire is known for a vast expansion, characterized by a tolerant attitude towards minorities and gifts of autonomy to local regions, governed by an absolutist king. Their hi…
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afghanistan.
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Iran does not define itself as an ethnic nation-state, so it is not empirically Arab or Persian. It has a Persian majority (60% of Iranians are Persians), but it also has an Arab minority (2% of Iranians are Arabs), especially in the southwest province of Khuzestan.
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Farsi is the language of Iran. It is also called Persian. It is similar to Hindi and Urdu. It is written with the Arabic alphabet, but it is not related to Arabic.
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No, it's not. Although there many loan words between the two. Farsi is an Indo-European language and Turkish is Altaric.
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teks naratif adalah cerita tentang khayalan
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Christmas Mobaarak کریسمس مبارک
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They did not interfere with the daily lives of their subjects. Persians are Iranian people. They all speak modern Persian.They did not interfere with the daily lives of their subjects. Merciful rulers Monotheists
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this word is not Farsi.
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Farsi, the Persian Language, is the language of Iran (formerly Persia) and is also widely spoken in Afghanistan. An archaic form of Farsi is spoken in Tajikistan and the Pamirs mountain region. Farsi is the official language of Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. However, in Afghanistan they call it …
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selain keep vid,dmn lagi untuk download dari youtube?
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maksud teknokrat
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It means "I have heard (it)"
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Esme man haste ...... However it is not pronounced the same way u wud pronounce it in English (Es) (me) e is like the sound from 'e'gg not the eeeee sound (man) is more like 'a'n (has) (te)
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Informal :"Injaa dar baaz e" Formal: "Injaa dar baaz ast"
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Farsi is the official language of Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan. It is spoken by Persian minority groups in the neighbouring countries as well as western countries.
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Well... Because no one bothers to translate unfortunately. Farsi is available now, but the verb types are messed up. It's better than nothing though. Google Translate works by analyzing copies of documents written in both languages and archiving the expressions. For languages that have a lot of …
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Khosh amadid be Iran.
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Colloquially: Dell-am ba'rot tang sho-dehدلم برات تنگ شده
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Chetori?= informal way of asking "How are you?" Haleh Shoma Chetor Ast?= formal way of asking "How are you?"
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Al quran,..orang orang masuk Islam karena membaca Alquran,..peace
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Soab Bekair good morning
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When someone sneeze: AafeeAt Baasheh When someone does something good: Khodaa khayret bedeh
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Khaa-Hesh MeeKonam
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Khona boro.
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The spelling may not be correct, but goodnight is Shaba hyde.
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Shoma doost-e man hastee You are my friend
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"beya too" means come in.
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Chitur Asti
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juvenile friendship
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