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Announcing Persian (Farsi) Unit 2: What’s New in Our Latest Course Unit

Farsi Unit release Manguitoassets_Mango Languages_Blog Image_Shrine.pngListen up, language learners. Are you ready for this? There’s a new language unit in town and you’re going to want to check it out. We're ready to show off our second unit of our Persian (Farsi) language course. 


What’s new in Persian (Farsi) Unit 2

We’re excited to announce the release of our latest course unit, Persian (Farsi) Unit 2. The new course gives Persian learners even more topics to deepen their learning and expand their skills. If you’ve already been learning Persian with Mango Languages, you know that Unit 1 covered the basics; things like greetings and goodbyes, getting around, and asking for help. Unit 2 builds on those skills by introducing learners to a range of new vocabulary, grammar skills, and cultural insights. Check out what’s new in Unit 2:

People and Animals

Inside the House

Work and Pastime

Preparing for Guests

Cooking a Local Dish

Weather and Land


Banking and Post Office

Leisure Activities



Buildings in Iran

Why learn Persian?

If you’re already studying Persian, our new course is the answer to your language-learning prayers. Expect the same fun and simple conversation-based lessons you love, with brand-new information you can put to use right away.

If you’re interested in learning Persian but haven’t taken the dive yet, now’s the time to get started. Persian, also called Farsi, is the most widely-spoken language in Iran, with about 110 million speakers worldwide. We know firsthand how important the language is across disciplines. We have users studying Farsi for international diplomacy, corporate communications, military service, and scholarly research.

With the addition of our Unit 2 content, you can take your Persian skills even further, keeping your speaking and comprehension skills fresh and varied. Don’t forget that all Mango courses are also available on our fully-integrated mobile apps for iOS and Android. Out of excuses? Get to learning!


Manguitos in IranAnd now, a word from our Persian Manguitos

You know them, you love them — now take a peek behind the curtain and see what makes them tick. In any given course, the Manguitos you see reflect the culture of the language you’re learning. Every aspect is carefully researched and considered, from their clothing to their setting to the food they’re enjoying (yes, Manguitos can eat — humor us!).

For Persian (Farsi) Unit 2, our Persian Manguitos are exploring the Imam Reza Shrine in Mashhad, Iran. The sweeping complex is the largest mosque in the world and visitors can see prayer halls, a museum, a library, and much more. Our male Manguito is wearing traditional Bakhtiari clothing, with a kolah (felt cap) and a chuqa robe. Our female Manguito is wearing a red Baluchi dress with a matching headscarf. Iranian women often wear bright colors and beautiful patterns, and our Manguito is no exception. Where in the world will our Manguitos go next? Keep up with our blog and you’ll be the first to know.

Ready to take the new Persian (Farsi) Unit 2 course for a spin and see what’s new? Click the button below to log into Mango Languages or create a free profile to start learning Persian today!


Start Learning Persian


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