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Caê ke tede zıwanê Larki qal beno, verocê İrani eyaletê Farsi

Larki (zıwanê xo de: لاری‎ Lari ya zi لارستانی‎: Larestani) zıwano İrankio u İrankiyê do verocê rocawanio.[1][2] No zıwan be zıwananê Farski u Lurki ra gıreydao, inan ra nezdio[2] The Lari language has lots of words from Middle Persian that distinguishes it from modern Persian.[2]. Zıwananê kıhani miyan de zi Pehlewki ra nezdio. Larki gorey Farski ra bınê tesırê zıwanê Erebki de kemiyêri mendo. Yew zi zıwanê Larki zey zıwanê Zazaki, zıwano de ergatifo[2][3] co ra ke miyanê Larki u Farski de ferq esto.

Zafêrê qalkerdoğanê zıwanê Larki dewanê eyaletê Farsi de (Larıstan, Khonj, Geraş, Lamerd) u koyanê Bestak u Hurmuzgan derê. Şarê zıwanê Larki zi Larıstaniyê u zafêrê şarê Larıstani mısılmanê sunniê.[4][5][6][7] Xeylê diyalektê zıwanê Larki estê zey: Xonci, Lari, Geraşi, Evazi (Ewadi), Fedaği, Eradi, Bestaki, Fışvari, Xuxerdi u Kenderi.

Bibliyografiye[bıvurne | Çımey bıvırnê]

  • L. Khonji, Negaresh Tafsili bar Zabane Larestani va Guyeshe Khonji (2009). Comprehensive Study of the Larestani Language and Khonji Dialect, Shiraz: Ilaf Press.
  • Mirdehghan, Mahinnaz & Ourang, Muhammed (2013). An Analytic Study of the Grammatical Tenses in the Lari Language. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities (IRSSH),10 (3).
  • Moridi, Behzad & Ourang, Muhammed. Derivational Morphemes in the Lari Language: Limitations and Applications, Second National Conference on Farsi Language Teaching and Linguistics, Shiraz Islamic Azad University, Shiraz, Iran. May 2013.
  • Mirdehqan, Mahinnaz., Morodi, Behzad, & Ourang, Muhammed. The Effectiveness of Task-based Approach in Teaching Local Dialects, Interdisciplinary Linguistics Conference (ILinC), Belfast University, Ireland, September, 2012.
  • Mirdehqan, Mahinnaz., Morodi, Behzad, & Ourang, Muhammed. Teaching to speakers of local dialects through task-based syllabus: requirements, limitations and applications (the case study of teaching Persian to speakers of Lari dialect), Third International Conference on Foreign Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics (FLTAL), International Burch University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. May 2013.
  • Moridi Behzad & Ourang, Muhammed (forthcoming, 2013). Lari Grammar: A Contrastive Analysis with Persian. Shiraz: Hamsaye Center of Publication.
  • Morodi, Behzad, & Ourang, Muhammed (2013). Preserving Endangered Iranian Languages through Applied Linguistic Approach: The Case Study of the Lari Language. Global Conference on Linguistics and Foreign-Language Teaching (LINELT), Turkey.
  • A. Eghtedari, (1990). Larestane Kohan va Farhange Larestani (Ancient Larestan and Larestani Culture). Tehran: Jahne Moaser Publication.
  • A. Eghtedari, (2005). Zabane Larestani (Larestani Language). Tehran: Hamsaye Publication Centre.
  • Moridi Behzad & Ourang, Muhammed (in preparation, 2013). Teaching Persian to Lari Speakers: Applied Linguistics Considerations.

Referansi[bıvurne | Çımey bıvırnê]

  1. "Lar, An Ancient City". http://old.iran-daily.com/1391/4/20/MainPaper/4276/Page/6/MainPaper_4276_6.pdf. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 A Contrastive Analysis of Inflectional Markings of English and Lari Dialect Verbs: Morphosyntactic Properties vs. Phonological Clitics. pp. 795. http://www.textroad.com/pdf/JBASR/J.%20Basic.%20Appl.%20Sci.%20Res.,%203(4)793-800,%202013.pdf. 
  3. The History of Ancient Iran, Part 3, Volume 7. pp. 27–29. https://books.google.com/books?id=0y1jeSqbHLwC&pg=PA27&dq#v=onepage&q&f=false. 
  4. "Larestani, Lari in Iran". http://joshuaproject.net/people_groups/12996/IR. 
  5. Islamic Desk Reference. pp. 225. https://books.google.com/books?id=zHxsWspxGIIC&pg=PA225&dq=laristan+sunni+fars&hl=en&sa=X&ei=IFieUsa9NMqM7Aa-pYDoBQ&ved=0CDMQ6wEwAQ#v=onepage&q=laristan%20sunni%20fars&f=false. 
  6. "Larestani people of Iran". http://www.globalprayerdigest.org/index.php/issue/day/Larestani-people-of-Iran/. "The Larestani people are predominantly Sunni Muslims." 
  7. "Larestani". http://www.globalprayerdigest.org/index.php/issue/day/Larestani-People/. "While most people in Iran are Shi’ite Muslims, the Larestani are Sunnis."