This herb (sabzí) is also known as the 'King of Herbs'. In Persian tradition reyhán can also be used as a grazing herb with feta cheese (panír) and bread (nún). Did you know that Reyhán has two meanings? noun = Basil adjective = Happy & Spiritual
Two new Words for your Finglisi files Kadu Tanbal = Pumpkin Tanbal = Lazy For the first time, Persian and non-Persian parents can teach their children Farsi using the familiar phonetics of the English alphabet (finglisi). To cater to the next generation of multi-lingual and multi-national families, the series are available in printed book and e-Book form with interactive audio pronunciation and inviting, colourful images. Englisi Farsi Bilingual Book Series
A new baby can be an especially momentous life event. Nothing you read can ever prepare you for that emotional rollercoaster that is parenthood. The pure love, joy and excitement at bringing home a new family member. Englisi Farsi wants to mark this occasion for all first time parents with a Englisi Farsi GIVEAWAY!! The Baby shower Competition. Like, tag and share with any parents to be that need Englisi Farsi. Baby = Nozád Shower = Hamám no= new zád= to be born The "real word" is Jashne Sísmúní xx In Iran, a...
Hasht means eight Pá means feet (pronounced paw) Hashtpá = eight feet! also known as the octopus. Counting down for the release of the book Under the sea. Available as iBook or Printed book.
You can learn a second language! Researchers at Université de Montréal have found that people who are bilingual are able to save brain power which has positive effects on cognitive ageing as well as problem solving! Yet another benefit to teaching your child Persian. Read more about their findings here Image credit: The Independent.co.uk