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Hasanzadeh R, Zahraei S H. Study of the Nature of Verbal Representation in Russian and Persian Languages through the Practice of Imperfect Verbal Representation. LRR 2012; 3 (3) :65-80
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-541-en.html
1- Graduate Student in the Specialty of Teaching the Russian Language, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
2- Professor, Department of Teaching the Russian Language, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran
Abstract:   (7229 Views)
The subject of the grammatical category VID in Russian language and its equivalent “verbal representation” in Persian Language is of special importance. Each of these languages, as per its own structural and linguistic features, employs specific media of expression. Actually, the category of aspect does exist in every language. In fact, all concepts and meanings originate from within the human mind that, in order to manifest such concepts in the form of language, utilizes plentiful of linguistic structures specific to its own implicit and explicit attributes.  That is why linguists believe that such structure does exist generally in all languages of the world with the only difference in their medium of expression (grammatical and non-grammatical) and the concept and meaning they convey. The results of the comparative studies conducted in the field of “verbal representation” in Persian and Russian languages reveal that the major difference is in their method of expression. The current research is an attempt to study the subject of verbal representation in Russian and Persian languages through the practice of imperfect verbal representation.  
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Language
Published: 2012/04/10

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