Persian grammar

Persian grammar is the grammar of the Persian language, whose dialectal variants are spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. It is similar to that of many other Indo-European languages. The language became a more analytical language around the time of Middle Persian, with fewer cases and discarding grammatical gender. The innovations remain in Modern Persian, which is one of the few Indo-European languages to lack grammatical gender.


Persian grammar is the grammar of the Persian language, whose dialectal variants are spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. It is similar to that of many other Indo-European languages. The language became a more analytical language around the time of Middle Persian, with fewer cases and discarding grammatical gender. The innovations remain in Modern Persian, which is one of the few Indo-European languages to lack grammatical gender.
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