Learn Farsi in 100 Days: Day 11: Where do you work? – Part 1

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Welcome to Day 11, Part 1 of “Learn Farsi in 100 Days“. In today’s lesson, we will focus on the question “Where do you work?” and dive into the present continuous tense (حال اِخباری). This is Part 1 of our Day 11 lesson, where we will cover grammar essentials and practical examples.

Grammar Lesson: Present Continuous (حال اِخباری)

The present continuous tense in Farsi is used to describe actions that are happening right now. To form this tense, use the verb “داشتن” (to have) followed by the main verb in its present form.

Watch the Video “Learn Farsi in 100 Days” Day 11- Part 1

In this video, the author of “Learn Farsi in 100 Days” explains the present continuous tense in depth. You’ll learn to form sentences describing current actions. The author uses clear, simple examples for understanding and practicing this essential grammar point. Additionally, you will see practical usage of the phrase “Where do you work?” in various contexts.

The video is interactive, encouraging you to pause and repeat sentences to improve pronunciation and fluency. By the end, you should feel comfortable using the present continuous tense in conversations.

Watch the video below and follow along with the lesson:

Recap part 1 of day 11 “Learn Farsi in 100 Days”

Today, we’ve learned how to ask and answer “Where do you work?” in Farsi, using the present continuous tense. Practice the examples and watch the video for more detailed explanations and additional practice. Stay tuned for Part 2 of Day 11, where we will delve deeper into more complex sentences.