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Language learners tend to use their mother tongue while learning a second language Conducted in error analysis framework, this study was aimed at investigating the Persian syntactic errors in pieces of writing of a group of Talysh-speaking students in north-and south-Anbaran villages in Gilan. The Participants were third, fourth, and fifth grade elementary school students. The reasons and origins of errors were examined according to different types of errors in their pieces of writing. Regarding the origin of errors based on Corder (1975), the language learners’ errors were divided into three categories of inter-lingual errors, intra-lingual errors and educational errors. Findings showed that educational errors were more frequent than other types of errors. In addition, the subject-verb disagreement, especially in educational errors, was more frequent than other errors. The findings suggest that educational errors be paid closer attention in Persian Teaching Centers.