Carl F. Hostetter scripsit:
> > I was wondering if this Sindarin sentence is grammatically correct:
> > "Ae ú-esteliach nad, estelio han, estelio ammen, estelio veleth."
> Since the only measure of grammatical correctness of any Elvish phrase
> is the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien, and since this bit of "Sindarin"
> from the movies employs conjecture and outright invention not found in
> Tolkien's writings, then the answer can only be: no.
Since this is a list about JRRT's scripts, not his languages, the
answer can only be "Mu".
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