The Comparison of the Systems of Reflexive and Possessive Pronouns of the North-Iranian Dialect Shakhmirzadi, in Persian and Russian Languages

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The following article reviews some syntactic features of reflexive and possessive (genitive) pronouns in Shahmirzadi dialect and compares them with those of Persian and Russian pronouns. Studies on reflexive and genitive pronouns in this dialect illustrate that the genitive-reflexive pronoun xosh has syntactic features similar to Russian pronoun свой. The features are viewed in Persian reflexive pronouns too, but unlike Shahmirzadi or Russian it is not invariable in modern Persian language.

- Salime Zamani

NOOR Center of Computer ResearchIn Humanities The Iranian Supreme Councilof Information and Communicative Technologies

Email: Salime_zamani@yahoo.com <mailto:Salime_zamani@yahoo.com>
NOOR Center of Computer ResearchIn Humanities The Iranian Supreme Councilof Information and Communicative Technologies

- Maryam Faal Khamedanchi

NOOR Center of Computer ResearchIn Humanities The Iranian Supreme Councilof Information and Communicative Technologies

Email: Chehre-Gosha Str., 1, Tehran, Iran, 1413733941
NOOR Center of Computer ResearchIn Humanities The Iranian Supreme Councilof Information and Communicative Technologies

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