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Leyla Naseh Lotfabbadi (2002). Disagreement in Agreement.

URL: http://www.ling.su.se/avh/disagreement_in_agreement.pdf

(Last accessed 2009-07-23).

ODIN: http://odin.linguistlist.org/igt_raw.php?id= 193&langcode=pes (2018-10-23).

 

Example #1:

    barye in       ke       fast        frhllande ne-         mi-     xn
    for         this COMP permanent relationship        NEG- IMPF- want 3Pl
    `Because they don't want permanent relationship'
Example #2:

    a. dam       inj    samma knsla-ro        na     -dr-e
    one     here    same      feeling-r   NEG -has-3 Sg
    `One does not have here the same feeling'
Example #3:

    b. yek       frhllande-ro to in        sen na-byad        jeddi    gereft
    a      relationship-r    in this age NEG-should serious took
    `One should not consider that a relationship is serious at this age'
Example #4:

    c. stmning     -es        -o     mi-g-im
    atmosphere   -Clitic.Pro -r   IMPF-say-1Pl pres
    `We talk about its atmosphere'
Example #5:

    d. az     suedi-h    respekt mi-xh-im
    from Swede-PL respect          IMPF-want-1Pl
    `We want respect from Swedish people'
Example #6:

    a. man be un goft-am                        S    PP V
    I      to    her said-1Sg
    `(I) told her/him'
Example #7:

    b. goft-am-es                               V
    told-1Sg-Clitic.Pro
    `(I) told her/him'
Example #8:

    c. un-o did-i?                              SV
    he-r saw-2Sg
    `Did you see him/her?'
Example #9:

    d. did-i-s?                                 V
    saw-2Sg-Clitic.Pro
    `Did you see him/her?'
Example #10:

    a. natija-ro be-es          goft-am
    result-r   to-Clitic.Pro told-1Sg
    `I told her/him the result'
Example #11:

    b. natija-ro goft-am be-es
    result-r told-1Sg to-Clitic.Pro
    `I told her/him the result'
Example #12:

    a. goft-am natija-ro be-es
    told-1Sg result-r to-Clitic.Pro
    `I told him/her the result'
Example #13:

    dnesju- ke       dars      ne-mi-xun-an
    student-PL EMPH lesson       NEG-IMPF-read-3Pl
    `As for students, they don't study'
Example #14:

    a. ketb-i
    book-Indef
    `a book'
Example #15:

    b. ketb-h-i
    book-PL-Indef
    `some books'
Example #16:

    c. ketb-o
    book-r
    `the book'
Example #17:

    d. ketb-h-ro
    book-PL-r
    `the books'
Example #18:

    a. mehmoon-       umad-an
    guest-PL       came-1Pl
    `The guests came'
Example #19:

    b. doxtar-(h) raft-an     madrese
    girl-PL      went-3Pl school
    `The girls went to the school'
Example #20:

    c. do-t      msin dr-am
    two-CL car      have-1Sg
    `(I) have two cars'
Example #21:

    do-t danesju burs               gereft-an
    two-CL student     scholarship   received-3Pl
    `Two students got scholarship'
Example #22:

    a. ketb-ro xarid-am
    book-r   bought-1Sg
    `I bought the book'
Example #23:

    b. be-un doktor-e          etminn dr-am
    to-that doctor-DEF trust         have-1Sg
    `I trust that doctor'
Example #24:

    c. muzu/-i            -ro peyda kon o           benevis
    subject-Indef     -r   find     do    and write
    `Find a subject and write it'
Example #25:

    d. frsi balad-am
    frsi    know-1Sg
    `I know Farsi (Persian)'
Example #26:

    e. bim-e n-            dr-am     ke...
    fear-Ez that        have-1Sg that
    `I am afraid that ...'
Example #27:

    a. msin-o dar          -es-o             bast-am
    car-r     door     -Clitic.Pro-r    closed-1Sg
    `As for the car, I closed its door'
Example #28:

    b. sab-e      pis-o    aslan na-xbid-am
    night-Ez last-r    at all NEG-slept-1Sg
    `As for last night, I didn't sleep at all'
Example #29:

    a. mard-e      umad
    man-DEF     came
    `The man came'
Example #30:

    b. n      doxtar mad
    DEM girl        came
    `That girl came'
Example #31:

    c. un      doxtar-e umad
    DEM girl-DEF came
    `That girl came'
Example #32:

    rubh makkar ast
    fox        swindler is
    `Fox is a swindler'
Example #33:

    d. ketb-i       -ro xarid-am
    book-Indef -r     bought-1Sg
    `I bought a (specific) book'
Example #34:

    e. yek ketb-i-ro           xarid-am
    a    book-Indef-r bought-1Sg
    `I bought a (specific) book'
Example #35:

    a. doxtar-e qasang
    girl-Ez   pretty
    `Pretty girl'
Example #36:

    b. rmes-e qabl        az   tufn
    silence-Ez before of      storm
    `The silence before the storm'
Example #37:

    c. rezu-ye sara
    wish-Ez Sara
    `Sara's wish'
Example #38:

    d. sab-h-ye        rosan-e tbestn-e      sued
    night-PL-Ez light-Ez      summer-Ez     Sweden
    `Sweden's light summer nights'
Example #39:

    e. bedun-e        sak
    without-Ez doubt
    `no doubt, without doubt'
Example #40:

    a. diruz       did-am-es
    yesterday   saw-1Sg-Clitic.Pro
    `Yesterday (I) saw him/her'
Example #41:

    b. be smn goft-am
    to   saman told-1Sg
    `I told Saman'
Example #42:

    c. be-es          goft-am
    to-Clitic.Pro told-1Sg
    `I told him'
Example #43:

    Farzaneh goft ke byad zood be-              r-im
    Farzaneh     said   that must    early Subj- go-1Pl
    `Farzaneh said that we should go early'
Example #44:

    a. xord-e     ast
    ate-PSPT is
    `He/she has eaten'
Example #45:

    b. xord-e     bud
    ate-PSPT was
    `He/she had eaten'
Example #46:

    c. xord-e     (ast)
    ate-PSPT (is)
    `He/she has eaten'
Example #47:

    d. raft-e        (ast)
    went-PSPT (is)
    `He/she has gone'
Example #48:

    a. mi-bin-i              ke      dr-am       kr   mi-   kon-am
    IMPF-see-2Sg          that    have-1Sg     work IMPF- do-1Sg
    `You see that I work/am working'
Example #49:

    b. sued       zendegi mi-           kard-am
    Sweden     life            IMPF- did-1Sg
    `I was living in Sweden'
Example #50:

    a. fekr      mi-   kon-am did-e bs-am
    thought IMPF- do-1Sg       seen   Subj-1Sg
    `I think (that) I may have seen'
Example #51:

    b. sket bs
    quiet be
    `Be quiet'
Example #52:

    c. negarn mi-         bs-am
    anxious     IMPF- Subj-1Sg
    `I am anxious'
Example #53:

    a. barg-h mi-riz-an
    leave-PL IMPF-fall-3Pl
    `The leaves are falling'
Example #54:

    b. barg-h mi-riz-e
    leave-PL IMPF-fall-3Sg
    `The leaves are falling'
Example #55:

    a. (man) did-am
    (I)       saw-1Sg
    `I saw'
Example #56:

    b. (m) did-im
    (we) saw-1Pl
    `We saw'
Example #57:

    b. raft-am
    went-1sg
    `I went'
Example #58:

    c. raft-e-im
    went-PSPT-1Pl
    `We have gone'
Example #59:

    a. Kimia zamin xord
    Kimea earth     collide.3Sg
    `Kimea fell'
Example #60:

    b. Kimia ketb      xarid
    Kimea book      bought
    `Kimia bought book'
Example #61:

    c. kimia ye ketb-i           xarid
    Kimea one book-INDF bought
    `Kimia bought a book'
Example #62:

    d. Kimia        be rdio gus dd
    Keamia       to   radio ear gave
    `Keamia listened to the radio'
Example #63:

    a. pni be sara ketb dd
    Pani    to    Sara    book gave
    `Pani gave (a) book to Sara'
Example #64:

    a. gus dd
    ear gave
    `(He/she) listened'
Example #65:

    b. ketb dd
    book gave
    `(He/she) gave a book'
Example #66:

    az      hl be-g-e
    from now        Subj-say-3Sg
    `One cannot say now what will happen in the feature'
Example #67:

    b. rektor-e         m ke rsist-e
    principle-Ez our that racist-Copula.3Sg
    `Our principle who is racist'
Example #68:

    c. yek frhllande-ro to in            sen na-byad jeddi           gereft
    a      relationship-r      in this age not-should serious took
    `One should not consider that a relationship is serious at this age'
Example #69:

    a. xob      pas     falsk-an           pesar-
    well    then    false-Copula.3Pl   boy-PL
    `Well then boys are false'
Example #70:

    a. az    suedi-h         respekt mi-xh-im
    from Swede-PL respect             MPF-want-1Pl
    `We want respect from Swedish people'
Example #71:

    b. ye ccand t            frgor--i           porsid-an
    a     number CL questions-PL-Indef asked-3Pl
    `They asked a number of questions'
Example #72:

    c. id man b             id-ye    bacce-h yeki ni-st
    idea my         with    idea-Ez   child-PL    one   NEG-is
    `My idea isn't the same as the other pupils' idea'
Example #73:

    a. Mona barye smfretagare              xub     kr kard
    Mona      for          small.firm.owners good job did.3Sg
    `Mona did a good job for owners of small firms'
Example #74:

    xub    kr kard
    good job did
    `Mona did a good job for owners of small firms'
Example #75:

    c. polisanmla-s                kard-im
    police+ to report-Clitic.Pro did-3Pl
    `We reported him to the police'
Example #76:

    be kllar-en
    to    basement-DEF
    `During bombardments we had to go to the basement'
Example #77:

    be xod esteqse         mi-kon-am
    to   God    begging      IMPF-do-1Sg
    `I beg/pray God'
Example #78:

    1. msin-ro xarid-am
    car-r      bought-1Sg
    `I bought the car'
Example #79:

    2. msin-i xarid-am
    car-Indef bought-1Sg
    `I bought a car'
Example #80:

    3. msin-i-ro xarid-am
    car-Indef-r bought-1Sg
    `I bought a (specific) car'
Example #81:

    4. msin xarid-am
    car      bought-1Sg
    `I car-bought'
Example #82:

    polisanmla-s                kard-im
    police + to report-Clitic.Pro did-3Pl
    `We reported him to the police'
Example #83:

    m ro xub        behandla mi-kon-an             agar jmfra   kon-i
    us    r well    to.treat      IMPF-do-3Pl      if   to.compare do-2Sg
    `They treat us well if you compare'
Example #84:

    a. m az         Tby flytta          kard-im
    we from Tby to move did-1Pl
    `We moved out from Tby'
Example #85:

    b. tu klss diskutera mi-             kon-im
    in class to discuss     IMPF- do-1Pl
    `We discuss in the class'
Example #86:

    c. dam       mitun-e lita           be- kon-e be-esun
    one      can-3Sg to trust Subj do-3Sg to-Clitic.Pro
    `One can trust them'
Example #87:

    man-o besviken              kard-i
    me-r      disappointed     did-2Sg
    `You made me disappointed'
Example #88:

    a. to yek          ansvar             dr-i
    you one         responsibility have-2Sg
    `You have a responsibility'
Example #89:

    b. b       doxtar iruni         frhllande na-dst-am
    with     girl      Iranian relationship         NEG-had-1Sg
    `I didn't have any relationship with Iranian girls'
Example #90:

    c. man faqat az               inj    erfarenhet dr-am
    I        only    from here         experience    have-1Sg
    `I only have experience from here'
Example #91:

    a. applesin--ye       xod-emun               klmma ihop        mi-   kon-im
    orange-PL-Ez        RFL-Clitic.Pro         squeeze   together IMPF- do-1Pl
    `Our own oranges, we squeeze them together'
Example #92:

    b. na,      stanna     kvar ne-mi-kon-e
    NEG, stay           left      NEG-IMPF-do-3Sg
    `No, it will not remain'
Example #93:

    c. ye xurde slappna av mi-kon-im
    a      little    relax        of    IMPF-do-1Pl
    `We will relax a little'
Example #94:

    Ali, bero      p mi-kon-e
    Ali, depend    on    IMPF-do-3Sg
    `Ali, it depends'
Example #95:

    ne-mi-kon-im
    NEG-IMPF-do-1Pl
    `Isn't it that we possess half of Tby's food shops'
Example #96:

    emtehn-o klara            mi-    kon-am
    exam-r        to pass     IMPF- do-1Sg
    `I would pass the exam'
Example #97:

    man xod-am-o                b     mohit        anpassa    kard-am
    I        RFL-Clitic.Pro-r with    environment to adjust   did-1Sg
    `I have adjusted to the environment'
Example #98:

    b dust-am               fika              kard-am
    with friend-Clitic.Pro   to.drink coffee   did-1Sg
    `I drank coffee with my friend'
Example #99:

    a. agar dam to k          visd-e
    if    one    in queue   stood-PSPT
    `If one has stood/stands in the queue'
Example #100:

    b. stmning-e       madres-emun       xeili xarb        sod-e
    atmosphere-Ez   school-Clitic.Pro very   destroyed   became-PSPT
    `Our school's atmosphere has become very bad'
Example #101:

    a. un religion-o         zid dust dr-e
    he    religion-r    much like     has-3Sg
    `He likes religion a lot'
Example #102:

    b. xod-es               material-o mi-      zst
    RFL-Clitic.Pro      material-r   IMPF- put
    `He himself was used to handing out the material'
Example #103:

    c. man hamun vetenskap-o qabul dr-am
    I      same      science-r accept have-1Sg
    `I accept science as well'
Example #104:

    d. m stmning-es-o                   mi-g-im
    we atmosphere-Clitic.Pro-r IMPF-say-1Pl
    `We talk about its atmosphere'
Example #105:

    man hgskoleprov-et-o                 dd-am
    I        high school exam-DEF-r gave-1Sg
    `I took the university admission exam'
Example #106:

    a. se     t   frelsare hast
    three CL lecturer         exists/is
    `There are three lecturers'
Example #107:

    b. se     t   parallellklass dr-im
    three CL parallel class       have-1Pl
    `We have three parallel classes'
Example #108:

    a. siad       bb ne-mi         mad    yek grill        be-xar-e
    perhaps     Dad     NEG-IMPF come      a     grill(shop) Subj-buy-3Sg
    `Perhaps it could not happen that Dad buys a grill (shop)'
Example #109:

    ne-mi-konim
    NEG-IMPF-do?
    `Isn't it that we possess half of Tby's food (shops)?'
Example #110:

    a. tu in     kurs      xeili-h rad sod-an
    in this course many-PL fail became-3Pl
    `Many are dropped in this course'
Example #111:

    yeki frn kordestan
    one    from Kordestan
    `I have two friends one from England one from Kordestan'
Example #112:

    b. tu temperament-esun           ni-st
    in temperament-Clitic.Pro NEG-is
    `It isn't their nature'
Example #113:

    be kllar-en
    to    basement-DEF
    `Under bombardments we had to go to the basement'
Example #114:

    a. killar do        t     ssong           bistar na-dar-an
    boys      two    CL season               more      NEG-have-3PL
    `Boys don't have more than two seasons'
Example #115:

    b. ungdomar         parccam           zadan hama-ro               mi-kos-an
    young.people flag                  hit          everybody-r   IMPF-kill-3PL
    `Young people raise a flag and kill everybody'
Example #116:

    c. gar-as                kost-es
    owner-Clitic.Pro       killed-Clitic.Pro
    `Its owner killed it'
Example #117:

    d. rsist-h xeili idiot-an
    racist-PL   very       idiot-3Pl
    `The racists are real idiots'
Example #118:

    e. rektor-        hamasun mard-an
    principal-PL all              man-3Pl
    `Principals are all men'
Example #119:

    a. be-nazar-e        man zdi-h          lagom-e
    to-opinion-Ez my       freedom-PL just.right-Copula 3Sg
    `In my opinion freedoms are just right'
Example #120:

    b. sued       xeily liberal-e
    Sweden    very    liberal-Copula 3Sg
    `Sweden is a very liberal country'
Example #121:

    a. xeili ham stolt-an
    very    also   proud-Copula-3Pl
    `They are also very proud'
Example #122:

    b. pesar-h-ye      swedi       hame   rlig-an
    boy-PL-Ez        Swedish all        honest-Copula 3 Pl
    `All Swedish boys are honest'
Example #123:

    c. dar Tby snobbig-tar-an
    in     Tby snobbish-COMPR-Copula 3Pl
    `The people living in Tby are more snobbish'
Example #124:

    tu iran lektion-e religion dst-im
    in iran lesson-Ez    religion    had-3Pl
    `We had religion class in Iran'
Example #125:

    a. ya/ni        byad neutral bsi
    it means should neutral        be-2Sg
    `It means that you should be neutral'
Example #126:

    kard      zid smart na-bud
    did.3Sg very     smart     NEG-was
    `Mona was very clumsy, it means that what she did was not smart'
Example #127:

    bs-an
    be-3Pl
    `It isn't in some people's blood to be unfaithful'
Example #128:

    knslig bud-an
    sensitive were-3Pl
    `Two of the questions were a little sensitive'
Example #129:

    e. man ateist-am
    I        atheist-Copula.1Sg
    `I am an atheist'
Example #130:

    a. b     dust--m                ibland     mi-r-im        bio
    with   friend-PL-Clitic.Pro    sometimes IMPF-go-1Pl     movie
    `Sometimes I go with my friends to the movie'
Example #131:

    b. injiee ke zid lnge zendegi kard-im
    place     that very      long      life        did-1Pl
    `The place where we lived a long time'
Example #132:

    ke dam          vardr-e
    that one         take-3Sg
    `The teacher put the material in front of us so that we could take it'
Example #133:

    a. daqiqan vse m tvrtom sod-e
    exactly    for      us    reverse         became-PSPT
    `It has become just the reverse for us'
Example #134:

    b. suedi-h     riktigt cci         hast-and
    Swede-PL really          what are-3Pl
    `What the Swedish people really are'
Example #135:

    c. dam      mi-bin-e              egentligen hame          ne-mi-tunan
    one       IMPF-see-3Sg          actually       all       NEG-IMPF-can-3P
    `One finds that actually not everybody can'
Example #136:

    a. b      hs samman          bs-e         tillsammans
    with    her together        be-3Sg together
    `Be together with her together'
Example #137:

    dr-am,      tu      salon-e bibliotek
    have-1Sg, in         hall-Ez   library
    hall'
Example #138:

    b. farq          hast mellan          tulpaner    o     ogrs
    difference is          between tulips         and   weeds
    `There is difference between tulips and weeds'
Example #139:

    c. farq             hast beine          lle     va alaf
    difference      is      between     tulip and weeds
    `There is difference between tulip and weeds'
Example #140:

    ia/ni allmnt trevlig b ham ni-st-an
    mean general        nice      together NEG-Copula-3Pl
    `It means that they are not generally nice to each other'
Example #141:

    Ia/ni extrem    rasist   ni-st
    mean extreme    racist   NEG-Copula.3Sg
    `It means that he isn't an extreme racist'
Example #142:

    mi-dun-e          ke un-o        fr tidsfrdriv mi-xd
    IMPF-know-3Sg     that her-r    for killing time   IMPF-want.3Sg
    `She knows that he wants her for killing time'
Example #143:

    m ne-mi-dun-im             ute p stan cce          xabar-e
    we NEG-IMPF-know-1Pl out in            city   what news-Copula 3Sg
    `We don't know what's going on downtown'
Example #144:

    a. barye inke      fast       frhllande ne-mi-xn
    for     COMP permanent relationship       NEG-IMPF-want.3Pl
    `Because they don't want a permanent relationship'
Example #145:

    b. m rje     be frsvagade folk             sohbat ne-mi-kon-im
    we about to       weakened      people talk        NEG-IMPF-do-1Pl
    `We do not talk about weakened people'
Example #146:

    c. yek dlig stmning         beyne        suedi-h   va xreji-h      hast
    a    bad    atmosphere     between Swede-PL and foreigner-PL exists
    `There is a bad atmosphere between Swedes and foreigners'
Example #147:

    a. siad      kta bs-e      vali, de syns inte
    perhaps    real   be-3Sg but,      it    seen   NEG
    `Perhaps it is real, but it is not visible'
Example #148:

    ne-mi-re
    NEG-IMPF-goes
    leave one's memory'
Example #149:

    vali du sger inte de
    but you say            not it
    `If you take her for killing time but you don't say it'
Example #150:

    bastegi      be xodet     dare, de man tnker sjlv
    depending to     yourself has,   that one   think      self
    `It depends on yourself, on what one himself thinks'
Example #151:

    jag tycker dom r                jtte falska
    I      think      they       are very    false
    `The boys play better, I think they are very false'
Example #152:

    xob un            kasi-ro xub          ne-mi-kone,         du kan         vara en hxa
    well    that      one-r nice          NEG-IMPF-do, you can               be     a   witch
    `That doesn't make you a nice person, you can be a witch'
Example #153:

    de      vet       alla
    that    know everyone
    that'
Example #154:

    sambo bs-e             b      yeki, leva         med         henne
    partner be-3Sg with             one,    to live    with        her
    `To be a partner (unmarried) with someone, to live with her'
Example #155:

    vi     mste, vi         mste tnka              p hovviat
    we must           we must          to think       of   identity
    think of identity'
Example #156:

    visa knslor fr henne
    show feelings   to    her
    `Do you want me to say how, by not showing any feelings to her'
Example #157:

    inte      har      brkat     i      tre      mnad-er
    not       have quarreled      in     three month-PL
    months'
Example #158:

    xob vse cci,             vse inke dom andra r                 ckliga
    then      for      what for       that     they   others   are repulsive
    `Then why, because others are repulsive'
Example #159:

    jag knner mig          skrare
    I     feel         me   certain.more
    `Swedish has become natural for me, besides, I feel more certain'.
Example #160:

    svrt             frst         varandra
    difficult   to     understand     each other
    understand each other'
Example #161:

    eftert         knner jag mig         skra-re
    afterward       feel        I    me    certain-COMPR
    `Afterward I feel more certain'
Example #162:

    fe/lan som det ser ut inj-im,
    for now as         it    seems    here-1Pl
    `For the time being as it seems we are here'
Example #163:

    tillfredsstlla       tjej-er-na
    to satisfy            girl-PL-DEF
    `Boys must have more money in order to be able to please the girls'
Example #164:

    egna         uppfattning-ar
    your.own     opinion-PL
    `You must be neutral, it means that you must create your own opinions'
Example #165:

    undvika varandra
    to avoid each other
    `When they are living together they cannot avoid each other'
Example #166:

    med folk,        trevlig hast
    with      people nice     is
    is nice'
Example #167:

    agar fekr kon-i           peyd mi-           kon-i    du      har    fel
    if      think do-2Sg      find         IMPF- do-2Sg you        have wrong
    `If you think you will find out, you are wrong'
Example #168:

    agar un yek ruzi be-fahm-e,                       d        frlorar du henne
    if      she one day Subj-understand-3Sg, then               lose      you her
    `If one day she finds out then you would lose her'
Example #169:

    om du       ska    frlora henne
    if    you   will   lose          her
    her or not'
Example #170:

    ftt flera mjlighet-er
    got more possibility-PL
    more possibilities'
Example #171:

    b. m ke umad-im sued                        emkn-t-e          bistari greft-im
    we that came-1Pl             Sweden       possibily-PL-Ez     more   received-1Pl
    possibilities'
Example #172:

    az     koj     senid-i,         var      har       du ftt     dom tankarna
    from where      heard-2Sg, where          have you got          those thoughts
    `Where did you hear that, where did you get those thoughts from'
Example #173:

    man mi-g-am,               jag     r     fdd muslim
    I        IMPF-say-1Sg, I           am born muslim
    `I say, I was born a Muslim'
Example #174:

    a. beqol-e          suedi-            man yek kami rapp i             kft-am
    according-Ez    Swedish-PL I               a      little fast   in jaw-1S.present
    `According to Swedish people I am a smart Alec'
Example #175:

    b. be dam         mi-g-an             jvla       blatte
    to    one      IMPF-say-3Pl bloody wog
    `They say to you bloody wog'
Example #176:

    Speaker B: mi-g-am                in      allvar ni-st
    IMPF-say-1Sg this           serious NEG-Copula.3Sg
    `Well, I tell her this is not serious'
Example #177:

    Speaker A: injm hamin jur-e
    here         same     kind-Copula
    `Here it's also the same'
Example #178:

    a. tu iran   lektion-e religion dst-im
    in Iran   lesson-Ez   religion    had-3Pl
    `We had religion class in Iran'
Example #179:

    b. m rje       be frsvagade folk            sohbat ne-mi-kon-im
    we about     to    weakened       people talk      NEG-IMPF-do-1Pl
    `We do not talk about the weakened people'
Example #180:

    a. *(man) dav-er
    (I)        run-present
    `I run'
Example #181:

    b. (man) mi-dav-am
    (I)        IMPF-run-1Sg
    `I run'
Example #182:

    d. *be professor--ye     jadid gratulera-am
    to professor-PL-Ez    new   to.congratulate-1Sg
    `I congratulated the new professors'
Example #183:

    e. be professor--ye      jadid tabrik           goft-am
    to   professor-PL-Ez   new   congratulation   said-1Sg
    `I congratulated the new professors'
Example #184:

    c. avbryta na-kon man-o
    interrupt NEG-do me-r
    `Don't interrupt me'
Example #185:

    d. ru-s    fundera          na-kard-am
    on-it thinking     NEG-did-1Sg
    `I didn't think about it'
Example #186:

    e. na, stanna        kvar ne-mi-kon-e
    no     stay       left     NEG-IMPF-do-3Sg
    `No, it will not remain'
Example #187:

    farq        hast mellan tulpaner o            ogrs
    difference is     between tulips       and    weeds
    `There is difference between tulips and weeds'
Example #188:

    xob     vse cci,   vse inke dom andra r             ckliga
    then    for   what for      that   they   others   are repulsive
    `Then why, because others are repulsive'
Example #189:

    a. lebs-et         tu-ye garderob-e
    dress-Clitic.Pro in-Ez wardrobe-Copula.3Sg
    `Your dress is in the wardrobe'
Example #190:

    b. be ambassad       zang zad-am
    to    Embassy     ring    hit-1Sg
    `I called the Embassy'
Example #191:

    a. suedi-       artig-an
    Swedish-PL polite-Copula.3Pl
    `Swedish people are honest'
Example #192:

    b. livsmedel-h-ye Tby
    grocery-PL-Ez
    `groceries in Tby'
Example #193:

    c. trja-i          ke xarid-i
    sweater-Indef that bought-2Sg
    `The sweater that you bought'
Example #194:

    d. m duktig-tar-im
    we smart-COMPR-Copula.1Pl
    `We are smarter'
Example #195:

    e. immunfrsvar-es               za/if-e
    immune+defense-Clitic.Pro weak-Copula.3Sg
    `His/her immunity defense is weak'
Example #196:

    f. polisanmla-s             kard-im
    police+to report-Clitic.Pro did-1Pl
    `We reported him to the police'
Example #197:

    tu iran    lektion-e religion dst-im
    in Iran    lesson-Ez   religion    had-3Pl
    `We had religion class in Iran'
Example #198:

    m rje      be frsvagade folk          sohbat ne-mi-kon-im
    we about to      weakened         people talk   NEG-IMPF-do-1Pl
    `We do not talk about the weakened people'
Example #199:

    jag tycker dom r              jtte falska
    I    think      they    are very      false
    `The boys play better, I think they are very false'
Example #200:

    c. m ke       umad-im sued             emkn-t-e         bistari greft-im
    we that     came-1Pl      Sweden     possibily-PL-Ez more       received-1Pl
    possibilities'
Example #201:

    masalan       ye vakt visad-e
    for.instance a      guard stand-PSPT
    `For instance, a guard stands there/has stood there'
Example #202:

    gar-as             kost-es
    owner-Clitic.Pro    killed-Clitic.Pro
    `Its owner killed it'
Example #203:

    Ledar-asun          mi-xd        avg   be-kon-e
    leader-Clitic.Pro   IMPF-want     to.quit Subj-do-3Sg
    `Their leader wants to quit'
Example #204:

    vi   mste, vi    mste tnka       p hovviat
    we must      we must     to think   of   identity
    think of identity'
Example #205:

    az     suedi-h    respekt mi-xh-im
    from Swedish-PL respect     IMPF-want-1Pl
    `We want respect from Swedish people'
Example #206:

    b. Ten        dollars   dd-e
    gave-PSPT
    `She has given ten dollars'
Example #207:

    xob vse cci,           vse inke dom andra r              ckliga
    then    for      what for       that    they   others   are repulsive
    `Then why, because others are repulsive'
Example #208:

    b. man mi-g-am,                 jag r     fdd muslim
    I         IMPF-say-1Sg, I          am born    muslim
    `I say, I was born a Muslim'
Example #209:

    vaqti tu-ye    fantazi-ye       mardom be-re
    when into-Ez imagination-Ez people       Subj-go.3Sg
    `When it enters into people's imagination'
Example #210:

    b. ba/zi irni-h        b   gng-an
    some Iranian-PL with      gang-are
    `Some Iranians are with the group'
Example #211:

    med folk,        trevlig hast
    with      people nice     is
    is nice'
Example #212:

    se     t    parallellklass dr-im
    three CL parallel+class         have-1Pl
    `We have three parallel classes'
Example #213:

    tillfredsstlla   tjej-er-na
    to satisfy        girl-PL-DEF
    `Boys must have more money in order to be able to please the girls'
Example #214:

    agar hesb-e         respekt-es-o          be-kon-i
    if     consider-Ez respect-Clitic.Pro-r   Subj-do-2Sg.present
    `If you consider her esteem'
Example #215:

    bluz-e      randig-am-o mi-x-m
    shirt-Ez    striped-Pro-r IMPF-want-1Sg
    `I want my striped shirt'
Example #216:

    be ambasad zang zad-am
    to   Embassy   ring      hit-1Sg
    `I called the Embassy'
Example #217:

    vali man bastani        xarid-am     innan ke match soru sod
    but I       ice-cream   bought-1Sg before that match       start   became
    `But I bought ice-cream before the match started'
Example #218:

    a. stmning-es-o                 mi-g-im
    atmosphere-Clitic.Pro-r IMPF-say-1Pl
    `We talk about its atmosphere'
Example #219:

    b. polisanmla-s                   kard-im
    police+ to report-Clitic.Pro   did-1Pl
    We reported him to the police'
Example #220:

    mmn-am           ye zare strng-tar-e
    mum-Clitic.Pro a        little   strict-COMPR-Copula.3Sg
    `My mum is a little stricter'
Example #221:

    bosatt-am           inj
    settled-Copula.1Sg here
    `I am settled down here'
Example #222:

    rje be frsvagade folk           sohbat ne-mi-kon-im
    about to    weakened       people talk     NEG-IMPF-do-1Pl
    `We do not talk about the weakened people'
Example #223:

    tv bilar dran
    two cars    have
    `In Iran a middle-class family has on average two cars'
Example #224:

    ye ccand-t   frg-or--i         porsid-an
    a number-CL question-Pl-Pl-Indef asked-3Pl
    `They asked a number of questions'
Example #225:

    hgskoleprov-et-o       dd-am
    university+exam-DEF-r gave-1Sg
    `I passed the university exam'
Example #226:

    vi    mste, vi     mste tnka       p hovviat
    we must        we must     to think   of   identity
    think of identity'
Example #227:

    mmn man-o hjlpa ne-mi-kon-e
    mum         me-r   to.help NEG-IMPF-do-3Sg
    `Mum doesn't help me'
Example #228:

    gol-h-ro      kstam
    flower-PL-r   planted
    `(I) Planted the flowers'
Example #229:

    gol     kstam
    flower planted
    `(I) Flower-planted'