Little Raman, a serious and diligent pupil, is in his second year at the Assyrian Language School. One day he learns from his teacher that some words have a ‘lost’ (silent) letter. She sets them the task of finding such words and recognizing their ‘lost’ letter. Raman takes the assignment literally and sets about finding the ‘lost’ letters at home, in the city and in the country.
The first book in the Itwa Litwa stories for Assyrian Children is equally useful to students as to teachers of Assyrian language, since it covers the most commonly used words in everyday speech that have one or two ‘lost’ letters. Many students of the Assyrian language find it difficult to learn these words. This book will help them to remember the ‘lost’ letters easily.
In order to keep the price low, the pictures in the book are not colored. The children may amuse themselves by coloring the drawings to their taste, thus participating in the... More > making of the book.< Less
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