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What language do you think in? English or Persian? Why not both? Englisi Farsi

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Since the birth of my son, I have had to switch my English speaking brain to a Persian thinking brain. 

Not only did I have to learn new vocabulary irrelevant words- but I have had to structure sentences that I have never used before. 


Who would have thought that one day I would be thinking in Persian? 


Some sentences I have had to construct in Persian....  

"Look, a snail!"

Negáh kon, halazún


"Please don't pee while I take off your diaper!"

Lotfan jísh nakon vaghtí nappíyet o dar míyáram


"Kindly refrain from urinating in the bathtub!!"

Lotfan túyeh ván jísh nakon


"Dont take your pants off"

Shalváreto dar nayár!!!!


# facepalm




 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 book and e-Book form with interactive audio pronunciation and inviting,  colourful images.

 The perfect gift for Persian New Year!

Hardcopy available in time for Norúz 2017. Pre-order your copy HERE





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