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ContentsIntroduction
Persian Alphabet lessons: 1 ( ۱ )2 ( ۲ )3 ( ۳ )4 ( ۴ )
Elementary grammar: 5 ( ۵ )6 ( ۶ )7 ( ۷ )8 ( ۸ )9 ( ۹ )
10 ( ۱۰ )11 ( ۱۱ )12 ( ۱۲ )13 ( ۱۳ )14 ( ۱۴ )15 ( ۱۵ )
Intermediate: 16 ( ۱۶ )17 ( ۱۷ )18 ( ۱۸ )19 ( ۱۹ )20 ( ۲۰ )
21 ( ۲۱ )22 ( ۲۲ )23 ( ۲۳ )24 ( ۲۴ )25 ( ۲۵ )26 ( ۲۶ )
Advanced:
Appendix: AlphabetGlossaryHandwriting

Farsi

To continue, your computer must display Persian. The box below should show these Persian letters on the far right: Paa-individua.svgBaa-individua.svgAlif-individua.svg
ا ب پ ت ث ج چ ح خ د ذ ر ز ژ س ش ص ض ط ظ ع غ ف ق ک گ ل م ن و ه ی

If they are different or in the wrong order, see Persian Computing.


In this lesson, you will learn how use prepositions and the definite direct object marker in Persian.


Contents

Dialogue: ... ‹...›Edit

Direct objectsEdit

The word را   ‹râ› marks definite direct objects in Persian. That is,

Colloquially, را is pronounced ‹ro› after a vowel or ‹o› after a consonant.

In written Persian, من را ‹man râ› may contract to مارا ‹mârâ› , but colloquially pronounced ‹mano›. Similarly, written تو را ‹to râ› can contract to تورا ‹torâ› but colloquially pronounced ‹toro›.

ReviewEdit

Next: Lesson 11 ( ۱۱ ), Present tense