Assyrian language resources – Language Links Database

Assyrian Neo-Aramaic – (also known as Aššuri, Assuri, Ashuri, Aturi, Assyrian, Aisorski, Assyrianci, Assyriski, Lishana Aturaya, Neo-Syriac, Sooreth, Suret, Sureth, or Suryaya Swadaya) is a Neo-Aramaic dialect, spoken by an estimated 220,000 people (1994 SIL estimate), formerly in the area between Lake Urmia, north-western Iran, northern Iraq, north-eastern Syria and Siirt, south-eastern Turkey, but now more widely throughout the Assyrian–Chaldean–Syriac diaspora. 

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Native speakers: unknown (undated figure of 220,000)

Native to:  Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria

Assyrian Grammar and Pronunciation


  1. Learn to speak using transliterated/translated songs
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Digitized Grammar Books

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Digitized Dictionaries

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