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Wednesday at 6:30 pm
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Saturday at 3:03 am
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Hello Mike,


Great to have you here!


Wish you all the best with your Persian studies!


In case of any questions, please feel free to contact us. We'll be glad to help.


Sincerely,

Cristiane

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Mike Willner
Friday at 9:45 am
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Thanks! I feel I’m off the a great start in Persian. Tashekor Mikonam!!

Tuesday at 10:24 am
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Hi AJ Derico,


Thank you for posting.

That is very kind of you, and congratulations!😄

Let us know if you have any questions.


Khoda hafez.

Ofelia

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Tuesday at 7:11 am
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Starting to learn Persian for my son. He will be marrying a beautiful Persian girl in 2019.

Sunday at 4:19 pm
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Hi Jordan,


Thank you for posting.


Glad to know that you enjoyed the lesson!!


Hope you can learn more and more Persian to speak with her :)


Should you have any questions, please let us know.


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Cristiane

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Jordan
Sunday at 3:18 am
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Kheili Mutashkirum your lesson is awesome!!! I can talk to my gf now 😜

Monday at 4:47 pm
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Hi Magda,


Thank you for posting your answer. You're right. These are the most common phrases and expressions we use.


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Mehrnaz

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Magda
Friday at 10:36 am
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1. Sepas (original Persian)

2. Merci (from French)

3. Mamnon (from Arab)


Those are the three 'thank you's that I know are used by Persians more or less commonly.

Thursday at 9:09 pm
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Hi Marcin,


Thank you for your feedback! We’ll surely take it into consideration for our future development.


We’d just like to point out that you can add the words shown in the [Vocabulary] tab to your [Word Bank]. The words that are in your [Word Bank] allow a zoom in feature once you pass the cursor over them.


Select the words in [Vocabulary] tab. Click on ´[Add to Word Bank]. Check out the word bank next:

https://www.persianpod101.com/learningcenter/account/wordbank


We hope this helps :)


Sincerely

Cristiane

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Marcin
Thursday at 6:00 pm
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I am not familiar with other foreign languages offered on the internet but your course is - as far as I can judge after my first lesson - really well prepared.

The speed adjustment and the possibility to download the lessons are a great idea. Also other features you offer facilitate the comprehension and speed up learning.


There is just one thing that seems to be a common problem throughout the Persian courses on the internet: the words in Farsi are simply to small to read them. For a beginner like me it is hard to distinguish between the letters anyway, and the problem grows if they are just the size of the English text. I have already zoomed the view on my computer to 200% but this obviously enlarges the whole page, not only the Persian words.

Maybe it would be a good idea to modify this little detail in the future because otherwise your course seems great and I will for sure stick to it.


Cheers from Berlin,

Marcin