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Persian Grammar - John Mace,
This review is from: Persian Grammar: For Reference and Revision (Paperback)
I bought Mace's Persian Grammar primarily because I'd been able to use the "look inside" feature to see how the material was presented. I think it is excellently presented. The cross referencing makes finding particular grammar points very easy. There is also a consistency of presentation, which many similar books lack. Each subject is treated as a standalone, so the reader does not have to start at page 1 to understand what's on page 125 etc. It goes deeper into Persian grammar than, for example, the Teach Yourself Modern Persian, but does so without becoming lost in the minutiae and the exceptions that tend to prevail in grammar books. I thoroughly recommend this book to ab initio Persian students.
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Initial post: 2 May 2010 20:09:50 BDT
Y. Somech says:
Definitely a great Persian grammar book. I'll recommend it to beginners as well as to advanced Farsi students. It has all you need to know, in a clear and summarized way. Buy it.
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