- Mar 26 1:48 AMHi Tolkiendili !
I'm a french tolkiendil of 29 years, and a student of Tolkien's tongues and
writting systems for 10 years (but I'm seriously at it for only 3 years).
This love for the invented languages of Tolkien brought me to translate
Ardalambion in french (but the french version is far from complete) and to
subscribe to several mailing lists (Elfling, Tolklang and Quenya).
I'm very interested in tengwar and cirth and that's the reason of my
subscription to this list. I hope I'll be able to learn from others and to
help when I can.
Lena wrote :
> LOL, this is incredible...people speaking in elvish...and how does heIndeed, the elvish tongues can be spoken (at least the two best known :
> pronounce it, I wonder?
Quenya and Sindarin). The Appendices of the Lord of the Rings give many
informations concerning the pronunciation of Quenya and Sindarin.
> Btw, shouldn't elvish be written with a capital E?Yes, in English. But in some others languages (like french, my native
tongue), the language names are not capitalized.
Sébastien Bertho, i estaina Lambendil Endóressë.
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