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  1. Learn the 30 most important words in Persian!
  2. Persian Dictionary
  3. PORTUGAL: esperto/esperta

It translates between over languages online and over 50 languages offline typing only.

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Learn the 30 most important words in Persian!

That's more than most. Additionally, the app supports live conversation translation, a camera mode to translate stuff like signs or menus, and more.

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It works for phrases or single words. You can also practice your handwriting here. The app is free and it should work for most folks. Persian Dictionary Price: Free. Persian Dictionary is actually a translation dictionary. It works between English and Persian and back again. It's not much to look at. However, the UI is easy to use. Some other features include offline support, web searches, auto suggestions, pronunciations, synonyms and antonyms, some word games, and a backup and restore option. Most of those do exactly what you expect them to do.

This is another cheap, lightweight option that only works with Persian Farsi and English. It's also entirely free with no in-app purchases. There are ads, though. Persian-English Translator Price: Free. Persian-English Translator is a lightweight, simple translator app. Honestly, we would recommend Google Translate over this.


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However, this provides a second, lighter option for those that want to go that route. The app features translation between English and Persian Farsi and back again. You also get voice input, translation history, and support for both words and phrases.

Top 100 Farsi Phrases

This is really basic and it works pretty well. It's free with no in-app purchases. There are ads in this app. Simply Learn Persian is an adequate phrasebook app for Persian Farsi. The free version contains over words and phrases. The premium version includes more. Some other features include audio pronunciations and audio controls to slow down the pronunciation so you can get it just right.


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You also get some language learning features, a quick search function, and more. Every translation is recorded by a native Persian speaker. The pro version is the way to go. We don't think words and phrases are enough for anything other than testing the app. Our stories are always available for free, but we need your help to sustain the Globalist now and into the future, and to bring you articles like this one. Thank you, enjoyed reading this. I have tried to learn Persian on and off for years. Not very successfully.

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Persian Dictionary

Was it pegan or pegah or something start with P. To use these 5 phrases in my languish Swedish would be totaly impossible and very unpolite. People with good manner in my country would never use phrases like that. I was born in Spokane also and being online looking how to spell safe journey in Persian being Safar Bekhaid.

PORTUGAL: esperto/esperta

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The author at 10, during her first visit to Iran.