List of John Benjamins publications for which Farhad Moezzipour plays a role.
Due to prevalence of formal analysis in language education, the implications of Systemic Functional Grammar has largely been ignored by materials and methods of language education. To illustrate the inadequacies of formal analysis and make a case for functional analysis and assessment of writing… read more | Article
Concept structuring in Persian PP-centric complex predicates. Argument Realisation in Complex Predicates and Complex Events: Verb-verb constructions at the syntax-semantic interface, Nolan, Brian and Elke Diedrichsen (eds.), pp. 414–4482017.
Prepositions contribute to the schematic meanings in Persian complex predicates. Based on the Concept Structuring System (Talmy 2000), we argue that since the light verb and preverbal noun belong to different subsystems, they fulfill distinctive conceptual dimensions of the semantic representation.… read more | Article
Information-structural encoding of recipient in non-canonical alignments of Persian: A constructional account. Causation, Permission, and Transfer: Argument realisation in GET, TAKE, PUT, GIVE and LET verbs, Nolan, Brian, Gudrun Rawoens and Elke Diedrichsen (eds.), pp. 463–4902015.
This chapter aims to study the prepositional marking and the postpositional marking of the recipient in the Persian non-canonical ditransitive alignments, which are associated respectively with a particular role that the recipient as topic or exhaustive focus plays in the information-structural… read more | Article
A constructional perspective on clefting in Persian: An insight into differentiating between emphatic and deictic in. Linking Constructions into Functional Linguistics: The role of constructions in grammar, Nolan, Brian and Elke Diedrichsen (eds.), pp. 67–1022013.
The goal of this chapter is to provide a Role and Reference Grammar (RRG henceforth) analysis of cleft sentences in Persian with respect to the role of interaction over the domains of syntax, semantics and information structure. Clefting is functionally motivated by thematically marked expression… read more | Article