Learning Persian is time-consuming but not so hard. here are 5 practical tips for improving your Persian that you can do outside of class.
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1. Start your own Persian language blog
Even for people who don’t have to write in Persian, writing can be a great way of properly learning the kind of vocabulary you need to speak and describe your own life and interests, and of thinking about how to stop making grammar mistakes. The problem most learners have is that they don’t know what to write about. One traditional way to make sure you write every day in Persian is to write a Persian diary, and a more up-to-date way of doing this is to write a blog. Popular topics include your language learning experience, your daily life, your local area, your language, or translations of your local news into Persian.
2. Use Apps
There are several apps available to download and use to practice and improve your Persian. Apps such as Mondly, Memrise, Pimsleur, and more all can help you to learn Persian. You can set up 15-30 minutes a day for these apps and also you can practice wherever. Please be sure to make a conscious effort to focus and be consistent to get the most out of the apps!
online Farsi courses on YouTube:
- Learn Farsi in 100 Days Course
- Read and Write Persian Language in 7 Days
- Learn to Speak Persian / Farsi Fast
- Farsi Conversation: Learn the Most Common Words and Phrases Farsi Speakers use Every Day
- Easy Persian Grammar: A Perfect Handbook of Contemporary Persian Grammar (Beginner to Intermediate)
3. Write a news diary
Another daily writing task that can work for learners who would be bored by writing about their own routines in a diary is to write about the news (like sports news or…) that you read and listen to every day.
4. Put your Phone Language to Persian
Many people today are constantly on their mobiles. They receive, see, and send hundreds of messages, images, videos, and content. By putting your phone in Persian, you receive more content in Persian and improve as a result. You may not know what certain words or phrases mean at first, but over time you will remember what the word means and improve your Persian as a result.
5. Listen to MP3s
Although listening to music on the internet is becoming more popular in many countries, not so many learners know that you can download speech radio such as audiobooks and speech radio. Maybe this is a better practice for your Persian than listening to Persian music.
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