Ah, I thought you knew how to write Kthobonoyo. And also 100% understand it when reading it.kulan-suryoye said:Yes i started with the Serto font, i looked online for the syriac alphabet and learned it, it is easy to learn, when you know the alphabet its not difficult to read, but more difficult to understand what you read when its written in classical syriac "Kthobonoyo", in know many classical syriac words but i do not speak it fluently. It was not a single process, im still learning everyday since i have syriac keyboard on my iphone with the serto font, Estrangelo Tur Abdin and Eastern Estrangelo style, sometimes i use to chat with my friend in whats app, written in syriac with turoyo dialect, thats something really great, one click you can change the keyboard to syriac and write in your motherlanguage with your friends and family. I can write with a pen too but my handwriting is ugly, but on the Computer or Mobile Phone it is very very easy and everbody can learn.
How do you write Turoyo ? Do you follow a specific grammar ?
Since Turoyo doesn't have a standard grammar, for the moment (There is one from Malfono abdulMasih Sa'di but still not adopted by our scholars, malfone and church leader...), no one "know" how to write it correctly. There is still not a consensus on it.