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persian resources discussion which resources are your favourite work horses for learning persian and why you find them indispensible? dictionaries, grammar books or other.
Sep 1, 2016 6:24 PM
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Have a look at this thread for some additional ideas:

September 8, 2016

I think it would be good, to also provide the links. I mainly use

Persian verb conjugator:

German-Persian dictionary:

A nice podcast:

Textbooks that I haven't used yet, but are suppossed to be good: 

Persian of Iran Today Vol. 1:

Persian of Iran Today Vol. 2:

There are more resouces here:

September 7, 2016
thanx "eye" ; there are several online -resources for persian ; I am more after to find out which of those resourses are found to be the most useful by learners.
September 8, 2016

sure , just add

Google translator is known.

Lonely planet's phrase book is only in paper and is cheap to buy , costs 10 euros.

About the other resources you mention:

Persian of Iran today is a nice resource but covers very few verb tenses and has not solution to exercises.

Chai and conversation is useful for spoken persian but not a comprehensive resource I would use daily . 

There are several other resources I use but the ones I mentioned in my first post I use every time I work with persian.

Especially for grammar I haven't come across a comprehensive resource yet. Some grammar resources are good at one thing and some at another thing. I am making my own grammar notes combining stuff I find in different places.

September 7, 2016

the magnificent 5 for learning persian I use every time:

* persian online verb conjugator

* vajehyab online dictionary for pronunciation

* farsilookup online dictionary for compound verbs

* Google translator for text processing and looking up meaning of and usage frequency of words 

* Lonely planet's persian phrase book 


September 6, 2016
Language Skills
Dari, English, Greek, Kurdish, Norwegian, Persian (Farsi), Tajik
Learning Language
Dari, Kurdish, Persian (Farsi), Tajik