5 easy and efficient ways to learn Persian at home

If you want to learn Persian, most people would say “go to Tehran,” but what if you want to learn Persian from home? How can you enjoy learning Persian without leaving your living room? Actually, those who learn languages for a living (diplomats, spies, etc.) already know the answer. They dive deep into a foreign language and stay submerged as long as they can. Let’s take a look.

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1. Pick a core Persian curriculum and work with it every day

The professionals spend 4-5 hours working with their chosen curriculum each day: 2-3 hours in the morning and 2-3 hours in the evening. You can break this into smaller chunks or you can spend fewer hours if you want. You should plan to spend about half your study time on revision/review and the other half on new material/lessons and you have to work on it every day. Agreed? Good.

Now let’s talk about the rest of the time. This is the real secret to learning Persian at home successfully. You need to pick up the sound of the language, absorb Persian customs, and force your brain to switch to thinking in Persian as fast as you can (at least some of the time). So immerse yourself in the Persian language and culture.

2. Watch movies and serials in Persian

You’re allowed English subtitles, but if you find yourself reading instead of listening, please switch them off. It’s better to absorb the sounds of the Persian language even if you don’t understand. At some point, turning on subtitles in Persian will help you pick up new characters and see how things you’re hearing are written. Watch with a pen and paper in hand. Our YouTube channel has prepared a large number of learning videos that you can use to learn Persian.

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3. Listen to Persian radio, music, and podcasts

Keep your surroundings in Persian as much as possible. There are several radio stations, lots of great Persian music, and plenty of podcasts you can listen to while exercising, cooking, or taking a bath. This is your “down time” so don’t push yourself to understand every Persian word.

4. Cook Persian food

Food is one of the most important aspects of Persian culture. Sharpen your best knives, look for recipes online, order the ingredients to be delivered. Or why not use recipe videos in Persian?

5. Make Persian friends

At some point, you need to speak Persian to someone other than your cat. The sooner the better actually. That’s not too difficult, even if you’re stuck at home. Download a language exchange app to find Persian people who want to improve their English. If you want a more formal arrangement, hire a Persian teacher online.

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