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What do traditional Persian restaurants offer? Posted by on May 13, 2021

Photo by Morteza F.Shojaei from unsplash    Traditional Persian restaurants in Iran are known as sofreh khaaneh سفره خانه. سفره خانه consists of two words; the word sofreh سفره which translates to a cloth or spread used for both everyday meals and formal celebrations, and the word khaane which translates to home. The traditional daily sofreh is…

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What is your plan for the weekend? Posted by on Apr 20, 2021

Photo by Furknsaglam from Pexels Are you ready to find out how Iranians say, “What is your plan?” In Persian, this phrase is used casually among people in their day-to-day life, and it translates as barnameh at chi-yeh?, برنامه ات چیه؟”. The formal version of the phrase “What is your plan?” is: barnameh at chist?, برنامه ات چیست؟ What is going on…

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Different ways of saying “How are you” in Persian Posted by on Apr 12, 2021

Now that you have mastered “Hello,” what do you say next? How do you ask, “How are you” in Persian and how do you reply? In Persian, people tend to use a literal translation to “Are you well?” more often than “How are you”. This is how you can use it: Haletoon khub-eh? حالتون خوبه؟…

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How to greet someone in Persian Posted by on Apr 6, 2021

Do you know there is more than one way to greet someone in the Persian language? Salam سلام is the first word you will probably learn to speak in Persian and is the most fundamental greeting you should know. سلام  is used to say hello and translates in English as “Peace be upon you.” The…

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How to say thanks in Persian-Farsi Posted by on Nov 27, 2017

If you can only learn one thing in a foreign language, it should be how to say thanks. These are some ways that Persians or Iranian people say “thank you” in Farsi. متشکرم /moteshakeram/ I am thankful. مرسی /merci/ Thanks سپاس /sepaas/ Thanks ممنون /mamnoon/ Thanks There are a few other ways that are fun…

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