Persian language learning guide – Learn Persian Online

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Persian language learning guide

The key to learning a second language is that you have to develop the right habits in learners from the very beginning of learning. Experience has proven that the teaching of the new lesson is far easier than correcting what was wrong. Therefore, bad habits and incorrect learning should be avoided. One of the most important of these habits is not to translate the first language into Persian. The components of the sentences such as the position of the subject, verb, adjective, time, etc. are unlike in different languages. Hence, firstly learners should notice that when they speak Persian, they do not think in their first language and do not translate sentences from the first language into Persian.


The second point in the learning of Persian language is knowing the correct alphabet and their correct sounds, the correct pronunciation of the words, the correct way of expressing the sentences with the correct tune. The components of the Persian language should be learned and practice in talking such as the structure of sentences, the position of the verb, subject, adjective, prepositions, etc. They should be learned only by practicing and repeating in communication and conversation because learners could not be taught these points through grammar rules. So, learners should learn to talk in class and correct each other when needed. Moreover, the best way to practice and learn a second language is to talk to a .

For instance, the verb is the most basic part of the language and learning each language is related to the learning of verbs and the use of different times in sentences. The learner must correctly understand the concept of time. Besides, it is pointed out that the verb in Persian language use at the end of the sentence unlike some languages, and this point only learned by the use of the verb in the right instructions through speaking and conversation practice.

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