persian script

Problem people say u will have with German: Cases

Problem u actually have with German: Prefixes and compound words make words look similar and vocab hard to memorize. Also adjectives.

Problem people say u will have with Mandarin: Tones

Problem u actually have with Mandarin: LITeraCY

Problem people say u will have with Persian: Finding native speakers

Problem u actually have with Persian: ABJAD FckIGN ScRIpT DOESn’T WRiTe VowEls

Problem people say u will have with French: Pronunciation

Problem u actually have with French: Native speakers do not enunciate like at all it is a language of mumbles

Problem people say u will have with Spanish: People talk too fast!!!

Problem u actually have with Spanish: Ok so I take this ending and put that here but only if this word is over here and wait is this Argentina bc then it’s the opposite also el Athento de Ethpaña

Problem people say u will have with Swedish: They all speak English

Problem u actually have with Swedish: ^ That’s it actually 


This is the best method I’ve found so far for learning Farsi (Persian) letters!

There are a lot of videos online that simply present a long list of letters and tell you how they sound. Some will show you their initial, middle, and final position, and even present you with a few words to practice reading, but both of these methods are really overwhelming! This guy has a simple way of teaching a few letters at a time and connecting them with others one by one, again and again, like a “memory game.” If you follow along with a pen and a notebook, you can learn to write without too much effort.

The video above is the first in a series.


[29 October, 2016] 009/100 Days of Productivity

At home today. It’s pretty cold and rainy here in Oregon, and since I don’t have a car it’s too much of a pain to haul ass to campus. I don’t mind though, I’m in my comfy clothes ☺️
I have things to do for ES, but my Spanish composition is worth more (points wise, long-term, etc.) I also did my Persian script work sheet. When I’m not studying today, I’m doing laundry and cleaning around the house.
It’s wild y'all


From a series of 31 paintings by Ghulam Ali Khan (fl. 1817-55), consisting of views of monuments in and around Delhi.

Watercolour and gold on paper, black margin rules, three title pages, three sheets of portraits, all with identifying inscriptions in English and in Persian in nasta'liq script in black ink, the portraits with further inscriptions in nasta'liq script with the date November 1852 (Christian date written in Arabic). 

1. The Peacock Throne in the Dewan-i- Khas of the Red Fort.

2. The Chhutta within the Lahore Gate of the Palace in Delhi.

3.  Two views: The warm or inner room of the Bath; the cold or outer room of the Bath in the Red Fort.

4. The interior of the Dewan Khas - and the Tusbee Khana in the Red Fort.

5. The Zuffer Muhul in the Red Fort.