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maleki Moghadam A, Hagh Shenas A M, Ameri H. Analyzing the Inflectional Structure of Persian Verb Based on Word and Paradigm Theory. LRR. 2017; 8 (2) :277-307
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-9229-en.html
1- PhD in Linguistics, Tarbiat Modarres University, Tehran, Iran
2- Professor of linguistics, Tehran University, Tehran, Iran
3- Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Tarbiat Modarres University, Tehran, Iran
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The aim of this study is to describe the inflectional structure of Persian verbs based on the theory of Words and Paradigm. We aim to clarify the nature of paradigm or verb inflectional patterns in Persian and the way the multiple roles of inflectional patterns such as person and number can be separated and transparently expressed. Therefore, we extracted sentences from Persian grammar books   and analyzed the structure of their verbs. These structures include Person and Number, Participle, Voice, Infinitive and Mood. Results showed that one-to-many or many-to-one correspondence of the inflectional properties of Persian verb can be described using Word and Paradigm model. This model is different from Item and arrangement or Item and Process models, due to the fact that words are considered as a totality for analysis .In the frame of the two mentioned models, words are divided into a sequence of discrete units. In addition, it became clear that the inflectional structures of the verb in Persian are of a morpho-syntactic nature and considering a layered structure for the verb helps to separate the multiple functions of the inflectional structure of Persian verb. Therefore it is possible to describe the characteristics of Persian Verb in the frame of Word and Paradigm model.
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