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Persian (phonetic) English Appears In
beest o haft 27 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o hasht 28 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o noh 29 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o panj 25 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o sé 23 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o sheesh 26 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beest o yek 21 More Numbers, and the Months, Days and Seasons
beetāb restless dar golestané: Sohrab Sepehri's dar golestané Part 4
befarmā please/help yourself (formal) How to Talk to People in a Formal Manner, and More on Hosting and Being Hosted
befarmā besheen please sit (informal) How to Talk to People in a Formal Manner, and More on Hosting and Being Hosted
befarmā besheen please, go ahead, sit (informal) More Present Continuous and Imperatives (!)
befarmā bokhor! Please eat! (informal) Review of Unit 3
befarmā khoonam please come to my house (informal) How to Talk to People in a Formal Manner, and More on Hosting and Being Hosted
befarmā shām Please come to/help yourself to dinner. (informal) How to Talk More About Food and Specific Persian Meals
befarma too Please come in How to Talk More About Food and Specific Persian Meals
befarmāyeen please help yourself How to Host or Be Hosted (especially when it involves chai)
befarmāyeen please/ help yourself (informal) How to Talk to People in a Formal Manner, and More on Hosting and Being Hosted
befarmāyeen besheeneen please sit (formal) How to Talk to People in a Formal Manner, and More on Hosting and Being Hosted, Navigating 'Tā'arof' in Different Social Situations, The Etiquette of Being Hosted
befarmāyeen besheeneen please, go ahead, sit (formal) More Present Continuous and Imperatives (!)
befarmāyeen bokhoreen! Please eat! (formal) Review of Unit 3