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Persian Verbs, Morphology and Conjugation This book was mainly written for English-speaking students of Persian

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Published by Multissage Inc. Montreal .
Written in English

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Number of Pages262
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ISBN 10978-2-923709-05-5

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Persian verbs (Persian: فعل‌های فارسی ‎, romanized: Fe’lhā-ye fārsi, pronounced [feʔlˈhɒːje fɒːɾˈsiː]) are very regular compared with those of most European the two stems given in dictionaries (e.g. gir, gereft 'take, took', nevis, nevešt 'write, wrote', deh, dād 'give, gave' etc.) it is possible to derive all the other forms of almost any verb. Persian morphology is an affixal system consisting mainly of suffixes and a few prefixes. The nominal paradigm consists of a relatively small number of affixes. The verbal inflectional system is quite regular and can be obtained by the combination of prefixes, stems, inflections and auxiliaries. The TebCorp collection is a large thematic modern Persian text collection which consists of MB of text from Tebyan Portal. TebCorp contains more t articles in topics and. Persian grammar (Persian: دستور زبان فارسی ‎) is the grammar of the Persian language, whose dialectal variants are spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan (in Samarqand, Bukhara and the Surxondaryo Region) and is similar to that of many other Indo-European language became a more analytical language around the time of Middle Persian, with fewer cases.

The number of simple verbs actually used in today's Persian hardly exceeds This is incomparable to the thousands of verbs that are conjugated in English. Furthermore, not even all of these verbs are common. I believe that by learning the following 65 verbs, you will get almost everything a . This book of Persian Verbs provides students with immediate access ‎to correct verb forms of the Persian language. ‎ Finding the Persian verb conjunctions is not usually an easy task. Using ‎the verbs in their correct forms might be a challenge for students, ‎regardless of the learning system/5(15).   ‎ The book also consists of a brief overview of grammatical rules regarding ‎the Persian verbs and the identification of the present and past stems in ‎regular verbs. In addition, a table of the present and past stems for the ‎‎ irregular verbs presented in this book is included to facilitate the ‎learning process.5/5(6). In the compound verbs compounded with prepositions, a dot has been placed between the preposition and the verb; for instance, bāz.dāštan ‘to prevent;’ transitive verb ‘stop,’ bar.dāštan ‘to pick up.’ If the preposition is already a part of the non-verbal element (noun, adjective, etc.), then it is written as one word along with the non-verbal element; such as bāzdāšt kardan.

A verb, from the Latin verbum meaning word, is a word (part of speech) that in syntax conveys an action (bring, read, walk, run, learn), an occurrence (happen, become), or a state of being (be, exist, stand).In the usual description of English, the basic form, with or without the particle to, is the many languages, verbs are inflected (modified in form) to encode tense, aspect. Inflection of Tense in Persian Verbs and How It Is Processed: a psycholinguistics Perspective (summary, contents, and reference) (In Persian) Thesis (PDF Available) June with ReadsAuthor: Abbas Safardoost. Persian future tense is used almost exactly like the English future tense; the only difference being that it is also very common in Persian to use the present tense for expressing future actions. In fact, using the future tense is considered rather formal and is rarely seen in colloquial Persian.   Persian verbs are conjugated by adding suffixes, similar to the way English verbs like talk take the suffixes -s, -ed, and -ing to make verb forms like talks, talked, and Persian, though, the verb’s suffix clearly indicates its grammatical person and number.