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There is/there is not inSyriac Aramaic.

Shlama! Today I got for you two very common phrases in Syriac-there is /there is not. it there is layt there is not Some examples It b-bayta attta. There is a woman in the house. it-there is b-in bayta-house at…

The names we use for the Aramaic language.

There is a lot of confusion concerning the names used for the Aramaic language-Aramaic,Imperial Aramaic,Middle Aramaic,Jewish Aramaic,Galilean Aramaic,Syriac,Mandaic,Assyrian,Neo-Aramaic,Turoyo,Chaldean etc are some of the terms…

The man did NOT write-negation in Syriac.

Shlama! Today we are going to learn how to negate a sencence in Syriac.The word for not in Syriac Aramaic is la. la means not in Aramaic To negate a sentence just put the word la at the beginning of it and then form t…

Numbers in Classical Syriac Aramaic

Hello!It has been a while since I've last posted in learnaramaic. So ,today I'am making a comeback with a short post as usual.The philosophy of this blog is to keep it simple so that learning does not become painful.Kee…

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