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Introduction Unit 1: The Alphabet. Unit 2: Nouns and Adjectives. Singular and Plural. The Connector Ezafe. Unit 3: Numbers. Demonstrative Adjectives and Demonstrative Pronouns. Unit 4: Pronouns. Present Tense: To Be and To Have. Unit 5: Simple Present Tense: Other Verbs. Present Progressive with dashtan. Unit 6: Definite and Indefinite (1). Attributive -i Suffix. Unit 7: Transitive and Intransitive. Direct and Indirect Objects. Definite and Indefinite (2): ra. Compound Verbs. Unit 8: Comparison of Adjectives. Adjectives As Nouns. Question Words. Telling the Time. Some Distributives / Quantifiers. Double Negative. Unit 9: Imperative. Unit 10: Infinitive - Its Uses. Past and Present Stems. Unit 11: Future Tense. Unit 12: Simple Past Tense. Past Progressive Tense. Unit 13: Past Participle. Perfect Tenses. Unit 14: Simple (or Prersent) Subjunctive. Unit 15: Perfect (or Past) Subjunctive (I). Unit 16: Conditionals and Wishes. Unit 17: From Prepositions to Conjunctions. Unit 18: Tense in Complex Sentences: Time Clauses. Unit 19: Relative Clauses. Unit 20: Passive. Key to Exercises. Glossary.
"Based on solid linguistic and pedagogical grounds and covering different layers of the Persian language structure, this book is an essential reference for Persian grammar. Simple and explicit explanations, exhaustive exercises, and interesting idioms and proverbs are among many strong points of this book. Without a doubt, learners of Persian language will benefit from this book." Pouneh Shabani-Jadidi , McGill University, Canada "As with English, there's a lot more to Persian than meets the eye, or ear. It needs an all-round practitioner to teach the subtleties of this apparently easy but eloquently idiomatic and multidimensional tongue. Saeed Yousef fits the bill: an experienced teacher, a connoisseur of his own and several other languages, and a poet. His book is an essential vade mecum for all who have decided to make Persian their own." John Perry, Professor of Persian (Emeritus), The University of Chicago