voron wrote:I have a kind of dubious opinion on that. For the Semitic languages, I would be happy with grouping them all under the same subforum, because I am somewhat interested in all of them so it would be nice to check new posts about Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, Amharic etc all in one place.
However if you ask me the same question about Kurdish and the Iranian languages - I would say no, because I have a more intimate relation with Kurdish and want it to have a separate subforum.
księżycowy wrote:Thank you for your overwhelming concern Vijay.
vijayjohn wrote:księżycowy wrote:Thank you for your overwhelming concern Vijay.
Concern concern concern concern!
כנסרן כנסרן כנסרן כנסרן!
!كنسرن كنسرن كنسرن كنسرن
(I'd try using more scripts used by Semitic languages, but I don't know how to type in any others yet ).
vijayjohn wrote: I don't know whether anyone is currently dying to see Neo-Aramaic get its own forum, though.
księżycowy wrote:I'm not sure if Wingster is a native speaker, but he seems well versed in Neo-Aramaic. Or so I assume from his conversations with n8an.
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