عنوان مقاله [English]
Scientific researches about the history of Iranian language, especially from the linguistic point of view, can be made by the analysis of all ancient Iranian languages. In the scientific classification of Iranian languages, Khotanese language is included among Middle Eastern Iranian languages, which is less studied and researched in comparison with other ancient Iranian languages, and in terms of language studies, especially the topic of sentence structure it has been abandoned in Middle Eastern Iranian languages. Therefore, the present article examines the most common linguistic category related to the structure of several types of compound sentences in the second chapter of the Zambasta Book. Zambasta Book is one of the important literary works in Khotanese language. This book is an original and native composition that describes the Buddhist teachings of the Mahayana school. Investigations show that in this text, there are three types of sentences: simple, Subordinate Compound, and Coordinate Compound Sentences. In this research, following the previous article entitled "“Subordinate Compound and Coordinate Compound Sentences in Khotanese”, the structure of compound sentences, including adverbial clauses shall be investigated. Also, two other types of structures of compound sentences, known as Adnominal Relative Clauses and Participle Adjective Clauses are briefly explained. For this purpose, examples of such sentences have been collected from the second chapter of The Zambasta Book.