عنوان مقاله [English]
Elements of the Middle Kermanji dialect are intertwined and clustered, with mainly dependent phonemes and overturned phonemes; also, various words in various modes are among the elements of this dialect. This, as well as the combination of grammatical structures, make the sentence's dependence on the word and the complete phrase, the compound verb and the compound structure clear. In addition, the two syntactic and syntactic structures still differ in terms of rules and principles. The difference is that the principle of complementary division and the principle of equality (in contrast to each other) dictates the pronunciation of phonemes (vowels and consonants). The standard line is a phonetic standard, but also uses passive output and a variety of phenomena to write. It is because of these facts and a number of other reasons that the Kurdish standard line is a reflection of its grammar, meaning that anyone who wishes to write in accordance with the Kurdish standard needs to understand its linguistic model and be familiar with its grammar.