Modern Aramaic-English/English-Modern Aramaic Dictionary & Phrasebook: Assyrian/Syriac Free download ó eBook ePUB or Kindle PDF

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Modern Aramaic-English/English-Modern Aramaic Dictionary & Phrasebook: Assyrian/Syriac Free download ó eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø ❴Reading❵ ➾ Modern Aramaic-English/English-Modern Aramaic Dictionary & Phrasebook: Assyrian/Syriac AutAramaic is now Aramaic Dictionary PDF #198 recognised throughout the world as the language spoken by Christ and the Apostles Contrary to popular belief however it is very much a 'living' language spoken today by the Assyrian peoples in Iran Ira Syria and T. This book is a very nice way how to learn different Assyrian or Aramaic words It has a dictionary and some special chapters for topics like shopping greetings or food

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Urkey It is also heard in Assyrian emigre communities of the US Europe and Australia Modern Aramaic or Assyrian is made up of a number of dialects The two major ones are Swadaya Eastern and Modern Aramaic EnglishEnglish Modern Kindle Turoyo Western This. Very good book I don't think that only this book will help you speak the assyriansyriac language fluently but it's a good start

Summary Modern Aramaic-English/English-Modern Aramaic Dictionary & Phrasebook: Assyrian/Syriac

Modern Aramaic English English Modern Aramaic Dictionary & Phrasebook Assyrian SyriacUniue dictionary and phrasebook incorporates both dialects in a way that illustrates the differences and gives the reader a complete understanding of both The dialects are presented in an easy to read romanised form that will help the reader to be understo. This is a useful dictionary of two varieties of an important living Semitic language It has lots of words all written Romanized so one does not need to learn any native alphabet to read them But the 3 alphabets are presented too One problem with the dictionary is the nouns do not have the gender shown so that makes it harder to create new sentences But the phrasebook section has plenty of sentences There is also some cultural information and especially a good section on the history of the Assyrians They sure had some tragic centuries persecuted by pagans Zoroastrians Catholics then Muslims in particular the genocides by Tamerlane and then during WWI I knew about the Armenian genocide but now I see the Ottomans massacred Assyrians too almost a million Though not all the info is reliable the book claims king Abgar corresponded with Jesus himself but modern scholars think Abgar's letter and Jesus's reply are fake not from first century Another error is the claim that Jews of Jesus's time spoke Aramaic not Hebrew but in reality a few still spoke Hebrew as their native language and learned Aramaic as a second language But other info seems reliable from what I have found elsewhere