Basic conjugation of Aramaic verbs.


Personal pronouns 

Ana
I

At
You.
It doesn't matter who we are talking to ,man or woman,an elderly person or even the king himself ,we would still use 'at'. It's the same for everyone.

‘iĥu
He

‘iĥi
she

The latter he,she can take various forms depending on the dialect.


Verbs
Aramaic verbs usually have a three letter root.
When a male is talking the letters a,e are added. The letters a,a when a female.

Ktv(root)
To write
Ana katev (male speaking)
I write
Ana katva
I write (female speaking)
Note that in the female form the position of the consonants changes.




l-v-sh
To wear

Ana lavesh (male)
I wear
Ana lavsha (female)

Zvn
To buy
Ana zaven
Ana zavna


The same goes for the following verbs.

Verb roots
Tkl-to weigh
Zrk- to throw
Msr-to pass
Tvr- to break
Bdk-to check
Pkd- to give an order


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