Mahinnaz Mirdehghan Farashah

Mahinnaz Mirdehghan Farashah
Shahid Beheshti University | SBU · Department of Linguistics

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Mahinnaz Mirdehghan, Ph.D Associate Professor of General & Applied Linguistics, Speciality: Teaching Persian to Speakers of Other Languages (TPSOL), Shahid Beheshti University (SBU; formerly National University of Iran). In the area of teaching Persian language, a reference framework which represents the general principles and could shape the road map for various fields of developing and designing educational materials and textbooks for different language levels has always been an essential requirement. Accordingly, within a research project (in collaboration with the International Scientific Cooperation Center of MSRT), Mirdehghan and her colleagues have provided the Persian Reference Framework (PRF), on the basis of Common European Framework of Reference for teaching languages.

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Due to the necessity of specialized materials and textbooks for Teaching Persian for Specific Purposes, developing appropriate educational contents for teaching Persian is an essential matter. The matter has been considered here for teaching Persian to Chinese speakers on the basis of a standard framework and considering the needs of Chinese learne...
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Kalileh and Dimna is one of the most brilliant literary works of all time periods after its creation. It is a story that has written in a beautiful and impressive prose and includes stories that are expressed in the language of animals andat the heart of the stories, other stories are expressed that make sit even more beautiful and impressive. Kali...
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The dative case in Vafsi appears in three structures: (a) the case of the experiencer in sensory verbs, (b) the case of the indirect object (IO), and (c) the case of the object of the preposition /da/ (to), or the preposition /az/ (to), or the enclitic /-o/ (to), or the object of the postposition /rā/ (for). In Vafsi, as in many other Indo-European...
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The present research is aimed to examine the role of anxiety in using learning strategies of Persian as a second languagein regard to the mediating role of cognitive intelligence.The study corpus includes 80 non-Iranian Persian learners of Imam Khomeini International University who have participated by filled out the 3 research questionnaires inclu...
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The present research is aimed to evaluate the working memory (WM) in Persian words (as a L2) in comparison to it in Chinese words (as L1) in Chinese Persian learners. Thirty learners at Dehkhoda institute were chosen as the study sample. Sampling has been relied on the available subjects who took part in the visual n-back task which was specificall...
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The purpose of this research is to analyze Differential Adpositional Case Marking (DACM) in Vafsi within OT framework by using the generalization of Aissen?s (2003) Differential Object Marking (DOM) model. While Bossong (1985) has traced DOM in more than 300 languages, DACM has not been investigated typologically, yet. DACM, as a branch of Differen...
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The aim of this article is to provide detailed descriptions of the ergative case marking in three South Asian Languages. The sample from which we will try to make some generalizations includes the Indic language Hindi/Urdu, the Eastern Iranian Pashto and the Western Iranian Balochi languages, which are considered as examples of morphological ergati...
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Grammatical tense, as the time of action occurrence, locates a situation in time to indicate when the situation takes place, which in many languages is indicated in three basic categories of past, present and future. The present study is aimed to analyze the tense system in Lari language, a language of Larestan Township in the Southern part of Iran...
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This research is a comparative study of the typological parameters of contemporary spoken Persian language and Saravi, a main dialect of the Mazandarani language, using some Greenbergian universals as its theoretical framework in word order correlations. The study aims to determine the common parameters and the variations of specific syntactic cons...
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The present research is a case study of gender differences of language usage in a pair of non-identical twins (a boy [Arsham] and a girl [Arshida]), performed on their using in Farsi Lexicon. The descriptive-analytic research is based on Mac-Arthur-Bates’s Communicative Development Inventories (CDI), according to which the twin’s lexicon has been d...
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The present study aimed to provide a comprarative analysis of the performance of Persian monoligual and Azari-Persian bilingual adolescents in comprehension of Persian proverbs. The study has been made on the basis of the constraint satisfaction model, within which the effect of the variables of “linguistic context”, “familiarity” and “gender” is e...
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During the process of language learning some crucial cultural factors may be notified, seriously hindering the effective learning process, and commonly known as cultural barriers. Effective language learning among different cultures is especially challenging, due to the different ways of thinking, seeing, hearing, and interpreting the world provide...
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During the process of language learning some crucial cultural factors may be notified, seriously hindering the effective learning process, and commonly known as cultural barriers. Effective language learning among different cultures is especially challenging, due to the different ways of thinking, seeing, hearing, and interpreting the world provide...
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This study aims to analyze the positions and syntactic functions of dependent and independent personal pronouns in the Kakavandi Laki dialect in the region of Harsin (Kermanshah/Iran), an endangered dialect of Persian. The paper provides a morpho-syntactic description and investigates the dialectal characteristic positions of the pronominals in reg...
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The writing systems of Persian, Urdu, and Pashto draw from a common script (Arabic) with adaptations to represent sounds specific to each language. With the aim of presenting a comparative orthographic analysis of the three languages, graphemic representations of the consonants are systematically compared and contrasted, followed by a similar analy...
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The present research accounts for the characteristic tense patterns of the verbal system in Laki Nurabadi dialect, in comparison to Farsi language. The study takes the following course of progress. It consists of an analysis of a set of related phenomena within the sample, including a brief introduction to the dialect position in Iranian language f...
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While discourse analyses go back to the secondhalf of 1950s, related researches in the rhetoric field represent initiative interests' centuries before by Islamic rhetoricians.Among the topics "Iltifat" as the "grammatical person shift inone or a sequence of sentences" has been quite controversialwithin the area; which considers the discourse partic...

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