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Farsi Language Study Group @ FADI'S North

  • Dec 14, 2012 · 6:00 PM
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This is a meetup that focuses on learning and practicing the Farsi language as written and spoken for modern colloquial usage.  Native or experienced speakers are welcome to join and help or get some conversation practice, and others (even if you are brand new) are welcome to come and learn.

If you are natively speaking Farsi and want to practice your English, there is room for you here too.

We will send out a list of vocab words to work on before the meetup.  Remember this is for Friday December 14th.

Don't forget to practice speaking whenever you can!

آنجا میبینیم

 

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  • Amberose Jasmine B.

    I have a question :O Why are we all meeting up in a Lebanese resteraunt to study Farci instead of picking a place like Giovannia or Sahara's or Cassaras or Shandi's xD??? Im just curious >.< lol

    December 10, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      I am willing to drive to Dallas since that is where the majority is, just not during rush hour or other congested times of the day.

      December 14, 2012

    • Amberose Jasmine B.

      Im really sorry everyone, we were unable to make it on time :( but hopefully we might make it next week >.<

      December 15, 2012

  • Stuart

    Please take a few minutes to review the below vocabulary. There will be a quick review at the beginning of our session similar to the last meetup (ten new vocab words). The list includes infinitive verbs, nouns and adjectives. Please also continue to review the story One Thousand Gold Coins. The first part of the book and an audio recording of the first page or so can be found under the drop-down menue "More" above and then click on "Files." We got through the first paragraph or so last time. اداره
    خواستن
    خوابیدن
    خواندن
    بچه
    ادب
    استاد
    عام
    دراز
    ارد

    December 13, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am looking forward to meet up to an event but am pretty busy right now. Hopefully after the holidays past. I speak pretty well, use to be fluent, but with lack of communication it has diminished.I have no Idea how to read and write (only my name).

    December 13, 2012

  • Alexander

    Can everybody give a brief description of where you're at with the language? That way Stuart and I can have a sense beforehand.

    For example, I can read and write comfortably, and my basic understanding of grammar and sentence structure is there, but I am lacking in vocabulary and speaking slowly.

    See you all Friday!

    December 10, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      as my first language i am pretty fluent and can help everyone with any questions =)

      December 10, 2012

  • Alexander

    Just want to emphasize that this next meetup is at the Fadi's up north in Addison, on Belt Line & Preston. See you all there.

    December 3, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      thanks for the clarification Alex! i could have seen myself going to the Knox/Henderson location and wondering where everyone else was at lol!

      December 10, 2012

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