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Learn Persian Step By Step - Making Farsi Easy - cover

Learn Persian Step By Step - Making Farsi Easy

Fruzan Seifi

Publisher: Frusan Seifi

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This is an INTERACTIVE and inhanced eBook with integrated audio. You can enjoy having the audio at your fingertips along with the color illustrations within the book. Visit www.persianstepbystep.com to access links to listen to FREE audio tracks.
 
Learn Farsi the fast, fun, and easy way with this engaging audio-visual program created to 'make Farsi easy' for absolute beginners. 
 
'Persian Step By Step' is a comprehensive program and includes: essential vocabulary; easy Persian dialogues as spoken in Iran; detailed grammar charts; fun exercises, cultural notes, and a quick writing guide. 
 
The recordings include clear English instructions with concise time allowed for your repetition. For easy pronunciation, all dialogues are transcribed in the Latin alphabet, as well as the Persian script. 
 
This is Persian Step By Step 'Level One', second edition. ('Level Two' is currently only available on Amazon).

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