Words, when put together, influence one another and bring about syntactic relationships as a result of which phrases, clauses, and sentences are produced. Such syntactic relations may be of three types: co-ordinative, dependence and two-way interrelationship. In co-ordinative relationship all components of the phrase or the sentence have equal values regarding the syntactic function. Unlike co-ordinative relationship, in dependence relationship words do not have equal value rather one word is the 'head' and the others 'dependents'. A two-way relationship is found only between subject and predicate in a sentence. The above mentioned syntactic devices as genitive marker 'e', prepositions, word order, intonation and postposition 'ra' in Persian, and prepositions, connectives, word order, intonation and
inflectional endings in Russian, has in this paper been included for discussion