Shlama / Shlomo
Glad to have you here Carlos. The first thing you should realise is that saying "my father is assyrian and my mother is syroyo" is kind of like saying "my father is English and my mother is from London". I presume your dad speaks the eastern dialect and your mother speaks the western dialect.
I will be glad to help you and I will send you a personal message.
As for what constitutes an Assyrian dialect: All of the coloured regions below except for the green area, certainly represent Assyrian dialects. The Green area is a very strange case were it seems they too apparently refer to themselves as Assyrians using their own endonyms but being isolated and unique to the other Assyrian dialects, this raises many questions. To be fair, I haven't look into their case in enough depth to come to any firm understanding.
If your mother calls Assyrian Lishono Suryoyo/Suroyo whereas your father calls Assyrian Lishana Suryaya/Suraya then your mother is probably from the red region whereas your father is from a coloured region east of that.
Thank you very much for the information. We are one people but we speak different dialects thats true..
I don't really like to differentiate between chaldanen or assyrian or seryoyo, we are one people aramaic ppl.
if u wanna trace my assyrian DNA, it goes back to Iraq since WW1, and from my mothers side i guess from turkey. But my current (present) big family is all scattered around the world, USA, Sweden, Germany, Syria, Australia, and Lebanon.
I used to visit syriac church with my mother when i was a kid, i know how to pray, abuna d bashmayo. and i realized it is also the same in assyrian but the ending of the word is different., like teyteh malkutakh (assyrian) vs teytet malkutuok (syriac.)
i would be very happy, if i get to learn the language here.