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Fruit with Englisi Farsi

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Fruit with Englisi Farsi

I have noticed that toddlers all seem to love the same fruit. Watermelon, cherries and strawberries.  What is your child's favourite fruit?  Funny enough- my son loves lemons and lime!  Have you seen all those youtube videos of toddlers squirming when they try lemons for the first time?  My son kept eating!! not a flinch hahahaha #torshí #defPersian Every language is a world Give your child the world The Gift of Language For the first time, Persian and non-Persian parents can teach their children Persian using the familiar phonetics of the English alphabet (finglisi). To cater to the next generation of multi-lingual...

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Yesterday at Englísí Fársí

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Yesterday at Englísí Fársí

Yesterday was my sons 2nd birthday party.   Cannot believe I have a two year old!!  Jáyat Khálí (your place was missing) we had Jújeh kabáb (Persian chicken Kabab) and Watermelon cake!! Hendúneh - colloquial use of the word Hendeváneh. Tavalodet Mobárak Pesaram! Happy birthday my boy!  

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Strawberry with Englisi farsi

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Strawberry with Englisi farsi

One of my sons favourite fruits! This year for my sons birthday we have decided to continue the tradition of a fruit cake. Watermelon (Hendeváneh) based, we will decorate the cake with strawberries (tútfarangí), kiwi & berries! Happy 2nd Birthday to my baby boy!   For the first time, Persian and non-Persian parents can teach their children Persian 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- Ready for Reading!...

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Tomato Tomatoe? with Englisi Farsi

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Tomato Tomatoe? with Englisi Farsi

Tomato tomatoe? How would you pronounce it? Get your copy of Englisi Farsi Bilingual Book Series: Fruit For the first time, Persian and non-Persian parents can teach their children Persian 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    

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Watermelon on a hot day with Englisi Farsi

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Watermelon on a hot day with Englisi Farsi

Watermelon on a hot day- nothing beats it. In Persian tradition there are some foods that are 'heating' and 'cooling' (garmí va sardí). This doesn't refer to their respective temperatures, but rather how these foods affect our bodies. Most Persian cuisine has a fine balance of both to create a well rounded and healthy meal.  Hendúneh is considered a cooling fruit - perfect for a summers day! Can you think of more cooling and heating foods? Read some examples below of heating and cooling foods Heating (Garmi) Foods Herbs (except coriander) Spices (except sumac) Chicken and lamb Dairy is generally cold...

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