Jan 6, 2020

Say Most Common Words in Farsi

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#*If you would feel more comfortable talking in English, you might ask ''Engelisi baladi?'' (انگلیسی بلدی؟) or "Do you speak English?"
 
#*If you would feel more comfortable talking in English, you might ask ''Engelisi baladi?'' (انگلیسی بلدی؟) or "Do you speak English?"
 
#Express your gratitude by saying ''mamnūnam'' (ممنونم) for "thank you." This is a relatively formal way to say "thank you" in Persian. Persians also say ''merci'', like the French. However, this is considered a more casual expression.<ref>https://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/persian.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 5.jpg|center]]
 
#Express your gratitude by saying ''mamnūnam'' (ممنونم) for "thank you." This is a relatively formal way to say "thank you" in Persian. Persians also say ''merci'', like the French. However, this is considered a more casual expression.<ref>https://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/persian.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 5.jpg|center]]
#*If the person thanks you, reply ''khāhesh mikonam''(خواهش مي كنم), which means "you're welcome."
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#*If the person thanks you, reply ''khāhesh mikonam'' (خواهش مي‌كنم), which means "you're welcome."
 
#*Other polite words in Farsi include ''mota'assefam'' (sorry), ''lotfan'' (please), and ''bebakhshid'' (excuse me).
 
#*Other polite words in Farsi include ''mota'assefam'' (sorry), ''lotfan'' (please), and ''bebakhshid'' (excuse me).
#End a conversation with ''bedrood'' (بدرود) for "goodbye." When you're ready to part ways, this is a basic way to say "goodbye." You could also say ''khodā hāfez'' (خدا حافظ), which also means "goodbye."<ref>https://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/persian.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#End a conversation with ''Khodā negahdār'' (خدانگهدار) for "goodbye." When you're ready to part ways, this is a basic way to say "goodbye." You could also say ''khodā hāfez'' (خداحافظ), which also means "goodbye."<ref>https://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/persian.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 6 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*In the morning, you might also say ''Rooze khoobi dāshteh bāshid!'' which means "Have a nice day!"<ref>https://ift.tt/36xQbk6>
 
#*In the morning, you might also say ''Rooze khoobi dāshteh bāshid!'' which means "Have a nice day!"<ref>https://ift.tt/36xQbk6>
 
#*If the person continues to talk to you, you might say ''man bāyad beravam'', which means "I have to go."<ref>https://ift.tt/2NW7Slk>
 
#*If the person continues to talk to you, you might say ''man bāyad beravam'', which means "I have to go."<ref>https://ift.tt/2NW7Slk>
   
 
=== Asking for Help ===
 
=== Asking for Help ===
#Start with ''Bebakgshid'' to get someone's attention. This word means "excuse me," and is the polite way to get someone's attention before asking them a question. Then you might say ''āyā mitavānid be man komak konid?'', which means "Can you help me?"<ref>http://mylanguages.org/farsi_phrases.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
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#Start with ''Bebakhshid'' to get someone's attention. This word means "excuse me," and is the polite way to get someone's attention before asking them a question. Then you might say ''āyā mitavānid be man komak konid?'', which means "Can you help me?"<ref>http://mylanguages.org/farsi_phrases.php</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 11 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#*You might also say ''Man ahle injā nistam'' if you want to tell the person "I'm not from here."
 
#*You might also say ''Man ahle injā nistam'' if you want to tell the person "I'm not from here."
 
#Use ''man komak niāz dāram'' to ask pointedly for help. This phrase literally means "I need help," so if you have a problem, saying this will alert them. However, you should probably be prepared to explain your problem in Farsi. Otherwise, ask ''āyā shomā Engelisi baladid?'' or "Do you speak English?"<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/english_farsi.htm</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]]
 
#Use ''man komak niāz dāram'' to ask pointedly for help. This phrase literally means "I need help," so if you have a problem, saying this will alert them. However, you should probably be prepared to explain your problem in Farsi. Otherwise, ask ''āyā shomā Engelisi baladid?'' or "Do you speak English?"<ref>http://www.linguanaut.com/english_farsi.htm</ref>[[Image:Say Most Common Words in Farsi Step 12 Version 2.jpg|center]]


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