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Eastern vs. Western dialects of 1st century Aramaic

just wanted to say that i've enjoyed the contributions made so far in this thread. good points worthy of serious consideration by the Greek-Primacists.

my own offering:

this is just a sampling of English dialects, but it is interesting. any English speakers here not understand the audio samples in the following link?

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hover your cursor over the map that comes up, and click on the green circle next to a city to hear the dialect in typically a youtube audio link.

i'm a Texan, and i just don't think those Iron Mountain, Michigan goobers will get what i'm trying to say. i'm gonna start writing in Esperanto from now on to be clear...

Chayim b'Moshiach,

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Re: Eastern vs. Western dialects of 1st century Aramaic - by Burning one - 04-10-2013, 06:46 AM

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