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Is it easy to teach Persian to my kids.. trying to pass it on. Struggles of teaching minority languages [Persian/Farsi]
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Struggles of Minority LanguageKhosh Ámadi be Englisi Farsi fámíle má. Khúbí? We are going well. Emerging from the hermit lifestyle we have fostered during the height of the pandemic in Melbourne Victoria. Starting a new school year with twice weekly RAT (Rapid antigen testing) and soldiering on despite the challenges of being separated from our family.I wanted to share a piece I wrote about struggling to keep on track with Persian with my children. Having had our third child, constant lockdowns and homeschooling.My sanity was starting to unravel.Switching to English when im faced with high stress situations is my go...
Contentment and Sízdah bedar with Englisi Farsi
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Its a very special time of year for Persians all over the world. On this day- What are you grateful for? Contentment: Rezáyat Sízdah Bedar is a Persian festival held every year on the 13th day of the Persian New Year (Farvardin: first month of the Persian calender), during which people spend time outside having picnics. Also known as Persian Nature day in USA and Canada (Rúza tabí'at). It marks the last day of norúz in the Persian New Year. 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...
Basilicious at Englisi Farsi
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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