28. January 2013 0

The punctuation of the homeland language is principally permitted, as the differences are very minor. The following simple rules can serve as a guideline: Period [...]


27. January 2013 0

Persian belongs to the family of the Indo-European languages having a similar grammar to that of many contemporary European languages. For more information about the [...]

Word formation

26. January 2013 0

Contents Compounds New words can often be formed in Persian by compounding. A common compound is that of a noun or adjective with the present [...]


26. January 2013 0

Contents Word order In Persian, the word order is basically subject – object – verb. If the object is direct and definite, it is followed [...]


26. January 2013 0

Contents Cardinal, ordinal and fractional numbers Cardinal numbers less than 100 are written in the solid form. While the bound conjunction “o” stands for “and”, the suffix [...]


25. January 2013 0

Contents Simple conjunctions Simple conjunctions are: va and yâ or tâ so that zirâ because con because agar if ammâ but vali but ham also [...]


25. January 2013 0

Contents Basic prepositions In Persian there are different prepositions regarding time, location, direction and manner. There are a few basic prepositions: az from bar on [...]


25. January 2013 0

Contents Other parts of speech as adverbs Many words of other parts of speech may also occur as adverbs. For example, several Persian adverbs are [...]


25. January 2013 0

Contents Infinitive The infinitive of Persian verbs consists of the past stem and the suffix “ân”. The past stem ends with d or t: xordan to [...]


24. January 2013 0

Contents Subjective pronouns The subjective pronouns must match the verb conjugation and are therefore not absolutely (Man) irâni hastam. I am an Iranian. (Mâ) irâni [...]

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