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Listening Practice: Podcasts

In addition to my active speaking/writing skills, I want to improve my listening skills, too. My husband and I speak a little bit together, but I don’t want to subject him to even more of me asking, “Can you repeat that?” and “Can you say that a little more slowly?” and “What was that last word you said?” So I started looking for other ways to practice listening to Farsi. 302 more words

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argy-bargy

Chiefly British. a vigorous discussion or dispute.

The argy-bargy —if I’m allowed to say that—is about what all the best arguments are about: absolutely nothing. 9 more words

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The Internet is not made for Persian

My plan was to practice what I’ve learned so far by writing a short essay. (And I will finish and share that soon!) I used to have a cat, and so far I mostly just know the past tense in Farsi, so I was going to write about my memories of this cat. 353 more words

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Versatile

If something is versatile, it means that it can be used successfully in different ways. Versatility is important for people as well, especially in the modern, changeable society we live in. 25 more words

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festinate

1. to hurry; hasten.

2. hurried.

Move—move—move! Put some order on things! Come on, Sarah—hide that bucket. Whose are these slates? Somebody take these dishes away. 47 more words

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brickbat

1. an unkind or unfavorable remark; caustic criticism: The critics greeted the play with brickbats.
2. a piece of broken brick, especially one used as a missile. 12 more words

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