Lesson 4: How to Say Where You Live, and Answer Simple Questions

In this lesson, we review all past lesson materials. Then we learn how to say where we live (and if it’s different than where we are from), and how to answer some simple questions.

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Can I just ask - We are learning a very formal type of Persian and when we use 'shoma' the ending of the word we are told is '-id'. In your lessons you end it with '-in'. I guess my question is, are both acceptable and what is the difference?


Hello Kate,
Yes, both are acceptable- -id is more formal, and much less often used in conversation. When I started this project, I made a decision to teach PURELY conversational Persian, and I decided to stick with it. There's an explanation of -een vs. -eed in one of these lessons- not sure if you've come across it yet or not. It's somewhere in Unit 1 though, if you haven't come across it already.


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