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Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-07-08, 20:14
by Meera
alijsh wrote:http://www.iranianlinguistics.org/wiki/index.php?title=Persian


مرسی ،علی ،این سایت بسیار خوب است

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-15, 21:31
by Hassaan Zia
تاریخ زبان فارسی - پرویز ناتل خانلری
http://www.ketabfarsi.org/ketabkhaneh/k ... te_12.html

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-16, 4:15
by alijsh
Hassaan Zia wrote:تاریخ زبان فارسی - پرویز ناتل خانلری
http://www.ketabfarsi.org/ketabkhaneh/k ... te_12.html

Thanks. Good to know this valuable book is digitalized. I have the real book and especially like the 2nd volume, which is about «verb».

- The site is filtered here

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-16, 4:27
by alijsh
Aún no está completa, pero estoy escribiendo algunas lecciones en gramática persa para hispanohablantes.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-16, 8:48
by kalemiye
alijsh wrote:Aún no está completa, pero estoy escribiendo algunas lecciones en gramática persa para hispanohablantes.


Recomiendo este sitio web a todos los hispanohablantes que quieran aprender persa. Es una página en la que los principales puntos de la gramática persa se explican de forma sencilla y concisa, siendo de gran ayuda a la hora de estudiar.

Por cierto Alí, tu página es fantástica, ¡espero que sigas trabajando en ella! :) There are some minor grammar mistakes (very few :)) in your site, I want to read it thoroughly to point all of them out for you, but lately im busy writing some homework and studying for my upcoming exams. In September I will have a look at it :)

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-21, 4:46
by alijsh
Wonderful site for those interested in/curious about middle Persian: http://www.parsig.org/

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-21, 11:55
by shah_mardaan
mer30 gozaram alijûn. This site seems beneficial for people who want to learn Middle Persian. I wonder if i talk with this ancient words with Iranians, do they understand my Far30?

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-30, 22:23
by kloie
Did they take the persian school book off of the web site?

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 3:12
by alijsh
kloie wrote:Did they take the persian school book off of the web site?

The link is now: http://www.tebyan.net/index.aspx?pid=67598

You can also get them from their official website: http://www.chap.sch.ir/

(to see the books you must download the key file and save its attachment on your computer)

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 8:20
by ludo
Salam,

Very interristing....but how to read it?: we "don't have access right to read the encrypted document"

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 8:59
by alijsh
ludo wrote:Salam,

Very interristing....but how to read it?: we "don't have access right to read the encrypted document"

download the key file. Open it and read the instructions. In Short, it says: in the attachments window (opens at the bottom), right click on «pdfuser.chap.sch.ir.pfx» and save it on your desktop. Now, you can read the PDF files.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 16:42
by Oleo
Rémy LeBeau wrote:Image

This is a great reader for learners who have moved past an intermediate level, but still struggle with completely independent reading (without referring to dictionaries). Texts are organised thematically, and a pretty comprehensive list of nouns, verbs and adjectives relating to the overall topic of the chapter is given at the outset.


I just read this post now and couldn't wait ordering the book... I'm very curious about it! :yum:
I hope it will be as good as you say!

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 20:29
by ludo
C'est un très bon bouquin pour se perfectionner...
Celui de Homa SAYAR, "Pour se perfectionner en persan" chez l'HARMATTAN est pas mal non plus.

A+

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-08-31, 21:41
by kalemiye
ludo wrote:C'est un très bon bouquin pour se perfectionner...
Celui de Homa SAYAR, "Pour se perfectionner en persan" chez l'HARMATTAN est pas mal non plus.

A+


Yes, I recommend you that book as well.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-09-03, 21:07
by Oleo
Oleo wrote:
Rémy LeBeau wrote:Image

This is a great reader for learners who have moved past an intermediate level, but still struggle with completely independent reading (without referring to dictionaries). Texts are organised thematically, and a pretty comprehensive list of nouns, verbs and adjectives relating to the overall topic of the chapter is given at the outset.


I just read this post now and couldn't wait ordering the book... I'm very curious about it! :yum:
I hope it will be as good as you say!


Today received my order... :woohoo: Looks very good indeed, and the readers on the audio CD which comes along it are very clear in pronunciation.

I've got another very complete and thematically organized but textless book "A Thematic Dictionary of Modern Persian" by Colin Turner. It contains 25000 words, and sometimes when I have a moment I just enjoy reading some pages, it is really a great work.
But what I like about this French one is that it combines a thematic and didactic approach, limiting itself to 4500 popular words.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-10-17, 17:10
by Rémy LeBeau
Afghan school books from grade 1 - 12
http://banury.media.officelive.com/DariSchoolBooks.aspx

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-10-17, 17:55
by kalemiye
I am checking the language books, I noticed زندگی is written as زندہ‏گی, is it a typo, or are there many differences in the ortography between iranian persian and afghan persian?

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-10-17, 18:02
by Rémy LeBeau
kalemiye wrote:I am checking the language books, I noticed زندگی is written as زندہ‏گی, is it a typo, or are there many differences in the ortography between iranian persian and afghan persian?


In Afghanistan, the preferred orthographic convention is to write the گی suffix separate from the ه that precedes it.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-10-18, 2:51
by alijsh
kalemiye wrote:I am checking the language books, I noticed زندگی is written as زندہ‏گی, is it a typo, or are there many differences in the ortography between iranian persian and afghan persian?

It was also used here for some time but it was abandoned. Although wrong (final «ه» is the marker of «e» and not a part of the word) but I find it more intuitive. However, the fossilized guys in the Academy don't like to make the script any intuitive.

Re: Learning resources

Posted: 2010-10-18, 3:01
by alijsh
Rémy LeBeau wrote:In Afghanistan, the preferred orthographic convention is to write the گی suffix separate from the ه that precedes it.

gi is not truly a suffix; although yet inexact but at most, it can be regarded as an allomorph of «i». zindag is the older form, whose final «g» has dropped in zinda but preserved in zindag-i as it has not been at word final like zinda. There are many such words: khânag-i, bachchag-i, sitârag-ân, haftag-i, nêyâk-ân.