• دکتری (1391)

    زبان روسی

    لامانوسف، روسیه

  • کارشناسی‌ارشد (1385)

    آموزش زبان روسی

    دانشگاه تربیت مدرس،

  • کارشناسی (1383)

    زبان روسی - مترجمی

    دانشگاه آزاد اسلامی،

  • صرف و نحو زبان روسی
  • زبان شناسی مقابله ای
  • آموزش زبان روسی
  • آزمایشگاه زبان روسی

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    مکان: جلال آل احمد-دانشگاه تربیت مدرس-دانشکده علوم انسانی، طبقه همکف، آزمایشگاه شماره 1

دکتر محبوبه علیاری شوره دلی دکترای زبان روسی خود را از دانشگاه دولتی مسکو دریافت کرده و از سال 1391 در گروه زبان روسی دانشگاه تربیت مدرس مشغول به فعالیت می باشد.



Comparison of adjectives order in Russian and Persian languages

Mohammad Reza Mohammadi, Mahboubeh Aliyari Shorehdeli, Ali Saadati
Journal PapersLanguage Related Research , Volume 12 , Issue 1, 2021 March 10, {Pages 399-426 }


Correct positioning and order of adjectives is one of the important factors affecting the correct translation of a word or a phrase. Not paying attention to the adjective order can completely change the meaning of a sentence or a phrase. In this study, based on 320 examples collected from Russian-Persian dictionaries and the Russian National Corpus, we attempt to consider and compare the order of adjectives in Russian and Persian languages. In the present study, we are trying to answer this question that what the rule for adjective order in Russian language is and whether there is a certain and constant model for their translation from Russian to Persian. The results of this study can be impressive for the improvement of the translation pro

Persian Equivalents of Emotive Predicates in Russian Syntactic Structures

Mahboubeh Aliyari Shorehdeli, Hadi Baharloo, Fateme Ghanbari
Journal PapersLanguage Related Research , Volume 9 , Issue 4, 2019 January 15, {Pages 89-111 }


This article is dedicated to study of Persian equivalents of emotive predicates in Russian syntactic structures. The number of Russian syntactic models serving to describe the mental state, depending on the lexical and grammatical nature, ranges from one to seven. In Persian language, as well as in Russian, there are different linguistic ways to express the emotional state, but they are poorly studied, moreover, they are not clearly classified, unlike their analogues in Russian language. The variety of synonymous models for expressing mental states in Russian language makes it difficulties for Iranian students to select the appropriate model. This problem requires comparative study of ways of expressing mental states in Russian and Persian

Impersonal Russian Sentences with the Subject in the Accusative Case and the Meaning of a Person's Physical Condition in the Terms of Persian Language

Abtin Golkar, Mohammad-Reza Mohammadi, Mahboubeh Aliyari Shorehdeli, Majid Estiri
Journal PapersIssledovatel'skiy Zhurnal Russkogo Yazyka i Literatury , Volume 11 , Issue 1, 2018 February 11, {Pages 179-196 }


In this article, considering impersonal sentences with the subject in the accusative case, which conveys the physical state of a living being, an attempt is made to compare them with the Persian correlates. This type of impersonal sentences can cause different problems for the Persian-speaking students due to their grammatical specificity (eg the uses of the subject in the accusative, rather than in the more common dative case, the dissimilarity of their syntactic structure with the native, Persian, language, etc.). The article shows that for many of the analyzed Russian sentences there can be found Persian correlates in which the real semantic subject of the sentence does not coincide with the grammatical subject. The use of such structure

Syntactic Characteristics of Imperative Structures with Figurative Meaning in Russian Language and their Comparison with Persian Language Translation

Mahboubeh Aliyari Shorehdeli, Mohammad Reza Mohammadi
Journal PapersLanguage Related Research , Volume 5 , Issue 3, 2014 August 15, {Pages 147-163 }


This study tries to examine the syntactic characteristics of imperative structures with figurative meaning in the Russian language and the manner of their translation and description in Persian. Grammatical forms in the Russian language, apart from their original meaning, can also be applied in auxiliary and figurative meanings. The imperative mood in this language is not exempted from this rule. The original meaning of imperative mood predicates to an action that has been requested ie when a person commands someone to do an action. The imperative mood in the Russian language, with giving away its original meaning, is applied for expressing various grammatical meanings such as action conditions, necessity, possibility to perform an action,

دروس نیمسال جاری

  • دكتري
    بررسي نظريات زبان شناختي روسي ( واحد)
    دانشکده علوم انسانی، گروه زبان روسي
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    ترجمه متون اسلامي از فارسي به روسي ( واحد)
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    صرف زبان روسي ( واحد)
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    زبان شناسي مقابله اي و تحليل خطاها ( واحد)

دروس نیمسال قبل

  • كارشناسي ارشد
    تلخيص متون ( واحد)
    دانشکده علوم انسانی، گروه زبان روسي
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    ترجمه متون اسلامي از روسي به فارسي ( واحد)
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    دستور مقابله اي زبان فارسي و روسي از ديدگاه ترجمه ( واحد)
  • كارشناسي ارشد
    نحو زبان روسي ( واحد)
    داده ای یافت نشد
    داده ای یافت نشد



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