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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Verb endings are specific, deductive, and systematic in standard Persian language. But unlike the Persian language, verb endings have different species and change on phonological positions in Tabari language, and their recognition requires more attention. Other issue is that each of six verb endings is clear and obvious in Tabari language, and the number of them is identical in past and future tenses; in other words, there is no hidden verb ending in the third singular person of past tense verb. While, the number of past and future verb endings is different in standard Persian language and there is a zero morpheme in third singular person.
This article has attempted to study the Tabari’s verb endings and its species at different tenses. Thus, it has provided a sample in form of verse for each species and made it clear that the verb endings are obvious and the number of them is identical in past and future tenses contrary to Persian language