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Jan 21, 2010 10:45AM

 
Colloquial Persian
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I will always be currently reading this book.

Farsi is a hard language to learn when you don't have a tutor to who you can pose questions about pronounciation, sentence structure, and inflection but this book does a fairly good job of helping you al

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