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In this article, you’ll discover many more reasons to consider Persian for your next foreign language project – as well as few myths about its supposed difficulty.
I'll also highlight a few of its features and quirks, and provide some starting points for learning Persian (known to native speakers as Farsi) yourself.
Unique, poetic and influential, Persian opens the door to one of the most distinctive Middle Eastern cultures.
I have known the country since the era of the shahs and I have visited it more than a dozen times in the past four decades, including a recent visit.
I can remember sitting in a tea house in Shiraz at the grave of the great poet Hafez, who was greatly admired by Goethe, between comfortable pillows and smoking a water pipe, and jotting notes on how disastrously the shah had misjudged the people's mood and how brutal his secret service, the Savak, was.
I observed just how mercilessly the insurgency brought on in 2009 by the children of the revolution was stamped out.
Not to be one to neglect languages that don't get so much exposure (regardless of number of speakers), I wanted to invite someone to give us a detailed overview of Persian, how to learn it, and why it's easier than you think it is.