Welcome to grammar section! When I initially started writing the present collection, I had this goal in mind: “to create an introductory course for those who are curious about Persian and would like to have a general overview of the language”. To make it more approachable, I wrote Persian in a variant of Latin alphabet so that readers would not need to learn its native alphabet. Over time, I wrote more pages and in subjects like “Persian conjugation”, the pages cover detailed information. My goal has now shifted towards creating an online grammar reference for Persian learners at all levels.
Grammar pages leave a lot to be desired for the new goal. Still, in the majority of pages, Persian texts are only available in Latin alphabet. They need to be written in the native alphabet as well. Existing topics need to be covered in more details and there are grammatical topics that I have not written about yet.
This collection is an original work and reflects my personal understanding of Persian grammar (for instance, considering six verbal participles for Persian). If you find any mistakes or have any suggestions, please feel free to contact me. If there are any areas of Persian phonology, morphology or syntax that are specifically difficult for you to understand, please let me know and I will do my best to write explanatory pages about them.
All I provide is free of charge, however, if you like my works and are interested to support me, your donations are very welcome and much appreciated.