These resources focus specifically on the Persian grammar. If you want to lookup how the ezafe-construction works, or how to build the Past Perfect Continuous, you'll find your answer here.

Grammar & Resources, University of Texas at AustinExtensive description of the grammar.

A deep dive into the Persian grammar, compiled by the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the The University of Austin, Texas. While I feel the material at times could be organized and presented a little better, it is a very exhaustive walkthrough of all the grammatical structures.

The websites also features high-quality audio pronouncations throughout, as well as some video content designed for learners.

Ali Jahanshiri's Personal WebsiteVerb conjugator and concise, but extensive grammar resource.

A real gem. In addition to many other things, this contains one of the most concise, well-organized guides to Persian grammar you'll find, and a verb conjugator that works with both Persian script as well as roman transcription.

It was a great help to me when I was coding the grammar-parser of, and also my inspiration to start the page you are reading right now.

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