About this blog and me.

My wife and me. 

 I have a flair for languages since my childhood. I speak Greek, Russian and English. I also have some knowledge of German, Spanish and French and I'm interested in various other languages. Some years ago I stumbled upon this fascinating language Aramaic the mother tongue of Jesus Christ himself. I'm sure there are many others  out there all over the world who are interested in it. But they have no idea where to start. So I started this blog to help others and me with Aramaic. To share our knowledge on the matter. No one needs to be a linguist to get involved with Aramaic and learn a few things about it.So let's get started!

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  1. Hi! I would like to ask a question. Do you know by chance how "I am here" is said an written in Aramaic? I've bee trying to find it, but it seems like an impossible task. Thanks in advance and keep the good work! Your blog is surely amazing.

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