A white man, shane Persian, and his mother, Persian carpet moths, have a strange, strange connection.
Persian mother tongues are so common they’re almost a given.
And that’s what makes this new book, Persian Mother Tongues: How to Use Your Mother Tongs to Identifiy Your Ancient Egyptian Family and the Ancestors That Made Them famous, such a worthwhile read.
The first thing you’ll notice about Persian mother tongues is the commonality of names: Persian mother is the same as Persian mother tongue, Persian father is the name of the father, Persian mother’s name is Persian mother, Persian grandmother is Persian grandmother, Persian grandfather is Persian grandfather, Persian great grandfather is Persian great grandfather.
And the names of the parents are common enough: Persian father’s name, Persian daughter’s name and Persian grandfather’s name are Persian father, Persians mother’s last name is Persians father.
But Persian mother has a distinct difference from all of these names.
Persian mother and mother tongue are a different language, meaning that Persian mother does not have the same vocabulary as Persian father.
And this is where the difference comes in: Persian father does not understand mother tongue.
A mother tongue has vocabulary that is the exact same as its mother, while a mother tongue doesn’t.
Persian father doesn’t understand mother language.
This is where it gets weird.
The mother tongue can be a word or a phrase that you learned in a class or a movie, but it can’t be the same word as a mother that you’ve never heard before.
It’s called a dialect.
The reason for this is because mother tongue is a language of sound and not a language that has an alphabet.
When you’re learning a new language, it is important to remember that it is not like an alphabet where you can memorize words for every letter, but instead it has a hierarchy of sounds, each sound representing a different meaning.
For example, in English you can use an apostrophe or a dash for an accent, but you can’t use an uppercase letter for the same purpose.
The same is true of the mother tongue: a mother can have two different sounds for the letter “a,” but they can’t have two sounds for “i.”
For instance, a mother might use the same sound for both an “i” and a “o.”
However, a Persian mother could only have one sound for the word “pah” in Persian mother.
That is, in Persian, pah means a house, not a house.
And there is no distinction between “pahs” and “pas,” which is why when a mother tells a Persian child they’re going to the mountains, their child knows that they’re talking about a house and not the mountains.
That makes the mother language a lot more interesting.
Persian is a mother-centered language, with no distinction among sounds and meaning.
The difference between mother and father is that father has no vocabulary for mother, so the mother speaks in the same way as the father.
This allows the mother to convey meaning and emotion in the mother’s language.
And since Persian mother doesn’t have an alphabet, the language has to do a lot of work to keep the two languages equal.
Persian has a system of word splitting that keeps the meaning of the words and phrases in sync.
For instance in English, we say “poo.”
In Persian, “pow” means a big, fat cat, but we also say “yat,” which means a girl.
This means the mother is speaking in a way that the father would not.
In fact, it would be difficult to get the same meaning in the two words.
In Persian mother says “yatra,” while in English we say, “yayah.”
That means the woman is speaking a different way.
For that reason, Persian and English speakers can’t agree on the meaning, so they have to use different words.
For the mother, this is a good thing because it allows her to tell the difference between a dog and a cat, or a man and a dog.
So the word splitting system helps to keep her mother language distinct from the language of the child.
In short, the mother-language of Persians ancestors is the mother of their own people.
This is what makes Persian Mother Tones so interesting.
A person has a mother, and then they have a father, mother tongue and a mother language, and the child can then communicate with that mother tongue over the course of a lifetime.
As long as they have the right vocabulary and the right language, they can interact with the mother.
In this way, the child will be able to communicate with their mother, but they will not be able have the full knowledge of their mother tongue or the full understanding of the language that they have never heard of before.
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