księżycowy wrote:So, I just found this: https://aramaicstudies.org/
Which, of I'm not mistaken is for Chaldean.
księżycowy wrote:Obviously you know waaaaaaay more about the terminology and dialectology of Neo-Aramaic than I do, so I completely defer to you on all that.
I have to say I am curious about the book. Especially because it has audio recordings. I have noticed some weird wordings and such on the website, so I assume it's been written by a non-native speaker of English. Still, for 30~40$ on Amazon, I may pick up a copy.
I wish, though, that there were recordings for Introductory Chaldean and Chaldean Grammar though. Those are great textbooks. *sigh*
At the moment, I'm considering purchasing the two textbooks that are for sale at the Mor Ephrem Monastery website (http://morephrem.com/bookshop/) before anything else though.
księżycowy wrote:Nope, unfortunately I don't know any native speakers. That's kinda why I love to get recordings.
n8an wrote:Do you have a church near you?
n8an wrote:If the author means to combine dialects to create some kind of standard
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