Russian Infinitive Mononuclear Sentences Meaning Anticipation and Permanent Aptitude and the Means to Express Them in the Persian Language

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The article reviewed tackles the issue connected with the fact that in course of expressing Russian infinitive mononuclear sentences bearing the meaning of anticipation and permanent aptitude in the Persian language there appears as a rule the anomaly due to the necessity to transform both syntactical and lexical combinations at the predicative member of a sentence. This phenomenon is revealed in course of translation and comparative analysis.

- Ali Madaeni Avval

Email: amadayen@ut.ac.ir <mailto:amadayen@ut.ac.ir>
The Russian Language and Literature DepartmentThe Faculty of Foreign Languages and LiteratureThe University of Teheran

- Maryam Moradi

Email: amadayen@ut.ac.ir <mailto:amadayen@ut.ac.ir>
The Russian Language and Literature DepartmentThe Faculty of Foreign Languages and LiteratureThe University of Teheran

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