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Routledge, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 379 pages
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Persian is a comprehensive account of the major grammatical aspects of contemporary standard Persian, the national language of Iran.
Persian is divided into five main sections: syntax; morphology; phonology; interjections and the basic lexicon of the language. Each feature of the language is presented, explained and made clear with examples from conversational Persian, which is analyzed morpheme by morpheme and translated into English.
This work will be of interest to linguists, students and scholars, especially those interested in language typology, comparative linguistics and language universals.

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Shahrzad Mahootian is assistant professor of linguistics at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago.

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