I would like to examine the Babylonian Talmud interlinearly. That is, it has both the original language and English near one another. The biblical interlinears that I have seen are usually line-by-line. They have a Hebrew text on one line and then the next line will be English, breaking down each word from the Hebrew line.

Online, I have found English editions of the Talmud and Hebrew/Aramaic editions, but not interlinear ones.

While interlinear editions might be available in print for the Talmud (I haven't found the full set yet), I haven't yet found one online. I have found different books like Siddur and others. Does anyone know where I can find an interlinear Babylonian Talmud online?

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    Not online as in free-in-browser, but the Artscroll Talmud app allows (according to its advertising; I haven't tried it) the user to tap a phrase and automatically hilight its translation. – Isaac Moses Nov 21 '13 at 21:00

The following site uses the Soncino translation: http://dtorah.com/otzar/shas_soncino.php?ms=Shabbath&df=28b

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  • This is not interlinear... – ezra Nov 7 '16 at 20:12


This is a website which has the translation of each phrase in gemara as one hovers over the phrase, not sure how much of the Gemara they have done though.

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    Cool site! [15 char] – Double AA Nov 22 '13 at 1:54
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    A Daf Yomi website that's actually good? WHAT!? – rosenjcb Nov 22 '13 at 8:14


hope this is helpful to you


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