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Cherá?

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Cherá?

I think it has come the time for me to explain my why.  Two and a half years ago, I was enthusiastically looking for references and resources to help me teach our son Persian. The only thing was... There were NO good resources. All of the books lacked the vowels that I needed to help me read Persian fluently (the á, í, ú, o & e's that we take for granted in English alphabet). All the literature that I was able to access was 'non accented" and there were no phonetic books that my husband could use.    Arie, my son. Is...

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Persian Racist Gift Basket - Gabriel Iglasias

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Persian Racist Gift Basket - Gabriel Iglasias

Racist Gift Bag- the Persian Version @Gabriel Making an racist gift basket for the typical Persian as a practical joke.    The contents:   Keys to a Mercedes Benz Ahmad Tea Dúgh (Yoghurt drink) Persian Silk Rug Organic Pomegranate molasses  Ghelíyún (Shisha pipe) Fruit flavoured Tabacco Fess Nasal Spray to clear up those 'sinuses' Gold chains Pesteh  Rose Water Saffron  Voucher for Laser hair removal Zereshk   Aramis Cologne  Nabát Englisi Farsi Persian Books  Daddy's Credit Card   What would you add?       

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So this just happened!

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So this just happened!

NEW TITLE- Coming soon!

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Sale Ends Tomorrow

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Sale Ends Tomorrow

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Persian or Farsi? That is the question

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Persian or Farsi? That is the question

Persian or Farsi? That is the question By Moná Kíání   Would my two-year old son speak Persian or Farsi?   Frankly that was not THE question when I decided to develop a bilingual series of books and e-books for children of mixed Persian parentage.   I was just desperately looking for resources to help my toddler son learn Farsi. The sheer irony was, as a child, I hated learning Farsi. I was always looking for ways to skip the weekly classes.   Here I was, your typical second generation Iranian of the Persian diaspora. Then again, maybe not quite....

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