Persian Grammar

Persian Grammar This is a book for reference and revision aimed at those in the early stages of studying the Persian language It uses the official reformed spelling and covers handwriting educated standard and edu

  • Title: Persian Grammar
  • Author: John Mace
  • ISBN: 9780700716951
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Paperback
  • Persian Grammar

    This is a book for reference and revision, aimed at those in the early stages of studying the Persian language It uses the official reformed spelling, and covers handwriting, educated standard and educated colloquial pronunciation, as well as the important polite forms The grammar is explained with numerous examples that are given in both Persian script and Roman transcrThis is a book for reference and revision, aimed at those in the early stages of studying the Persian language It uses the official reformed spelling, and covers handwriting, educated standard and educated colloquial pronunciation, as well as the important polite forms The grammar is explained with numerous examples that are given in both Persian script and Roman transcription Grammatical themes are grouped logically, and there are cross references, appendices and a subject index to facilitate the search for the right form.John Mace has worked in the Diplomatic Service, as a British Council lecturer in Iran, as a personnel officer in the Middle East and as a European Commission Delegate He has written Persian, Arabic and German language manuals, and a verse translation of Russian poetry.

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    One thought on “Persian Grammar

    1. Bubba

      Seeing how my Spanish is vanished, my German forgotten, my Turkish half-remembered, my Russian elementary, and my Uzbek confused, I thought it would be a good idea to start on Persian. I at least want to know the meaning of all those freakin' squiggles they call an alphabet.

    2. Bill

      Introductory descriptive grammar of Persian. You'd need more to actually learn the language, but this is a good reference for linguists. I like this slightly better than Thackston's An Introduction to Persian because I think the font is prettier.

    3. Cody

      a highly accessible grammar book especially for beginners. Would have given it five stars if not for a few minor verb elements that should have been included.

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