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You are viewing sentences showing /-a-t/ instead of /-et/ meaning "your" after deleted ezāfe and added definite article -e.

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ezāfe deletion with -e "the" - final -e changes to -a before suffix - with other personal suffixes

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می‌خوای فرش کوچیکت رو تمیز کنم؟

mikhāy farsh kuchik-a-t ro tamiz konam?

Do you want me to clean your small carpet (and not the big one)? (Submitted by webmaster for Sima Daad on Jul 10, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. Here: *farsh-e kuchik. /-a-t/ = definite article + pronoun suffix. See verbs of this sentence: کردن، خواستن، تمیز کردن

دامن بلندت رو بپوش!

dāman boland-a-t ro bepush!

Put on your long skirt (and not the short one)! (Submitted by webmaster for Sima Daad on Jul 10, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. Here: *daaman-e boland. /-a-t/ = definite article + pronoun suffix. See verbs of this sentence: پوشیدن

برات توی لیوان سفیدت چایی بریزم؟

barā-t tuy-e livān sefid-a-t chai berizam?

May I serve you tea in your white cup [and not your red cup]? (Submitted by webmaster for Sima Daad on Jun 21, 2010)

This example is in Spoken style. Here: *livān-e sefid. /-a-t/ = definite article + pronoun suffix. See verbs of this sentence: ریختن


Persian Verb Conjugator