The Structure of Persian Simple Sentences

Mehdi Rezaei, Raha Zareifard

Abstract


Language teaching is an important device to expand and introduce culture to the other nations. Rule-governed structures are necessary for better understanding and learning of one language. This article aims at introducing the patterns of the structures of Persian simple sentences; moreover it describes these patterns with some examples from Persian to help the learners (especially non-native learners) have better understanding of them.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2016.v6n1p94


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