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Welcome to the Department of Farsi!
به گروه فارسی خوش آمدید!
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Courses in Farsi
Course #1: Farsi I
Course #2: Farsi II
Course #3: Farsi III
Course #4: Farsi IV
Persian Resources
[[Wikibooks:Persian Persian Wikibooks]]
Persian Wiktionary
Persian Wikipedia

Persian (known in Persian itself as فارسی) is a language spoken by 80-100 million people as a first language. It is spoken in 19 countries. Farsi is an Indo-European language, so its vocabulary comes from many different languages. It is written in a Persian variant on Arabic script.

To show your interest in the Farsi department, sign up at the Farsi stream.
Farsi Division
Welcome to the Farsi Department at Wikiversity, part of the Center for Foreign Language Learning and the School of Language and Literature.

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Department News[edit | edit source]

  • Department is founded: Sunday, September 11th 2011
  • Farsi I is in development: Sunday, September 11th 2011

Language Learning Tips[edit | edit source]

If you are an English speaker, the chances are that you don't have many opportunities to speak Farsi. This is unfortunate, as one of the most important ingredients into learning a language is conversing in that language. It produces fluidity in speech and builds vocabulary and grammatical knowledge. It also develops the skill of understanding the language, which is a very different skill altogether. One way to overcome this obstacle is to talk to yourself in Farsi, but very slowly, to make sure that you have the correct grammar and pronunciation. As you progress in the courses, you should speed up the pace. To achieve understanding skills, you could listen to tapes or you could listen to movies with English subtitles to make sure you are getting the correct meaning of the sentence.