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Get Off My Back

Another very useful and much used expression given to us by our Hamedeh ❤ Audio and text down below. The term “get off my back” (literally, lift your hand off my head). This term means that someone and something is annoying and you want to be relieved from it. For example, Ali messages me every […]

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An Unrealised Wish..

Another very useful and much used expression given to us by our Hamedeh ❤ Audio and text down below. The expression – to have a wish remain in the heart. This expression means you have a wish in your heart, but you can’t reach that wish, so in this way, it hasn’t been realised. The […]

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Tare ham xord nakardan

Couldn’t give a fig / wouldn’t even spit on s.o if they were on fire Click on the ‘open in new tab’ option on our download button to follow along with the soundbite, see the translation, learn key vocabulary words and learn a grammar point or two.. Thanks to Sadaf Gholampour  

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Paa dar miyaani kardan

To Mediate Click on the ‘open in new tab’ option on our download button to follow along with the soundbite, see the translation, learn key vocabulary words and learn a grammar point or two.. Amir Hossein Taheri

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Chub laaye charx gozashtan..

Throwing a spanner in the works.. Click on the ‘open in new tab’ option on our download button to follow along with the soundbite, see the translation, learn key vocabulary words and learn a grammar point or two.. Koohyar Ghafari

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Sar be havaa budan

Click on the ‘open in new tab’ option on our download button to follow along with the soundbite, see the translation, learn key vocabulary words and learn a grammar point or two.. Hamadeh Sobhani

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Xun girye kardan

To cry blood Click on the ‘open in new tab’ option on our download button to follow along with the soundbite, see the translation, learn key vocabulary words and learn a grammar point or two.. Amir Hossein Taheri