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Turoyo is spoken by more than 350000 people and the number of native speakers is still increasing. Although there exists a Wikipedia in syriac, we also need one in turoyo, because the syriac Alphabet is different to the turoyo latin-based alphabet. Syriac which is a written language is only spoken by taught and has a lower number of speakers than turoyo (it is not really spoken, comparable with latin and italian). Turoyo is not seen as dialect anymore. There are a lot of scientists in the opinion that turoyo, because of its modified grammar and great number of neologisms, is an independent language. For this reason it is a very necessary project for the turoyo diaspora to have a wikipedia, which is understood by everybody. The language turoyo has speakers all around the world. These speakers need a platform to get understandable information about important issues in their language.
Furthermore it is one of the few neoaramaic languages, which still exists and which is still spoken lively. So you can help to preserve a language, which nearly the same language is, which was spoken by Jesus Christ. So because of that, integrating turoyo in the wikipedia also has a historical importance.
My english is not very good but I hope you can understand everything! Please contact me and ask for more information! --Ariyo (talk) 23:46, 18 February 2012 (UTC)
Please add information on where this language spoken, which languages it is close to and what dialects exist.--Anuclanus (talk) 01:12, 22 February 2012 (UTC)
I suggest you read the Wikipedia article linked above if you're interested in this. --MF-W 13:35, 22 February 2012 (UTC)
I also think that you can read everything in the wikipedia article, but its not difficult to tell you about it. Originally Turoyo was spoken in southeastern Anatolia Region and it is still spoken there but now it is also spoken in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. Furthermore it is spoken in the diaspora in Europe and the USA.
About the classification I can tell you that Turoyo is a semitic language and it originates from Aramaic. Ariyo (talk) 18:37, 23 February 2012 (UTC)