Farsi (Persian) Phrasebook

Author: Yavar Dehghani

Publisher: Lonely Planet

ISBN: 9780864425812

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 253

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This new phrasebook provides a comprehensive two-way dictionary, phonetic spelling system and concise grammar section geared towards immediate use. Extensive listings of foods and social customs are indispensible.
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Curse + Berate in 69+ Languages

Author: Branham Branham

Publisher: Soft Skull Press

ISBN: 1593763034

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 284

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For those times when “you blackguard!” just won’t do, Sinister Wisdom supplies an amazing array of crude, vulgar, offensive, scurrilous, lewd, and otherwise unprintable denunciations. Organized thematically and translated into more than 69 languages, it contains an alphabetical listing of every conceivable (and inconceivable) slur and insult, from comments on mothers' peculiar anatomy and hobbies, to suggestions on where to go and how, to observations on how others spend their solitary moments. Appendices cover blasphemies, bodily functions, sexual deviations, and variations on “yo mama!”
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New Persian Language and Linguistics

A Selected Bibliography Up to 2001

Author: Shahram Ahadi

Publisher: Otto Harrassowitz Verlag

ISBN: 9783447045858

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 256

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Interest in the Persian language has grown during the last few decades, as a consequence of which numerous studies and analyses of different size have been made. The present bibliography is a selection of essays, articles and monographs on the New Persian Language (including the variants Dari and Tajik and in addition local and regional accents such as Tehrani, Isfahani, and ShiraziPersian) written - up to the year 2001 - in the following languages: Persian, Arabic, English, French, German, Italian. Apart from the subject matter aspects like relevance to Persian, topicality and reliability were decisive, too. The present material has not been listed according to strict library usage, but the author has tried to combine the accuracy and conciseness of the entries with userfriendliness. Certain kinds of type (small capitals, italics) are intended to make it easier for the reader to find their way through the mass of information and moreover the reader is given further details which possibly offer more information than the title itself. For optimal use of the enclosed bibliography five indexes (Chronological Index, Subject Index, Language Index, Word Index, Person and Title Index) have been provided which offer the reader special information.
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