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Re: [elfscript] Learning Elvish

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  • Karyn Keller
    they didnt say anything about dictionarys for it or books on Cwenya, do you know of any? Gildor Inglorion wrote: Thanks alot! one more favor, do you know of
    Message 1 of 11 , Aug 11, 2002
      they didnt say anything about dictionarys for it or books on Cwenya, do you know of any?
      Gildor Inglorion wrote:> Thanks alot! one more favor, do you know of any
      > books i can get to help me learn it?

      this is also answered there

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    • Gildor Inglorion
      teithant Karyn Keller ... it s right at -How can I learn Elvish? Are there any courses or books? and that i know since i wrote it
      Message 2 of 11 , Aug 11, 2002
        teithant Karyn Keller

        >
        > they didnt say anything about dictionarys for it or
        > books on Cwenya, do you know of any?

        it's right at "-How can I learn Elvish? Are there any
        courses or books?"

        and that i know since i wrote it

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      • Ciege Engine
        For any of you who havent done so, find a friend with the LotR DVD. it has a segment on CD2 about teaching them the languages, and about inflections and
        Message 3 of 11 , Aug 11, 2002
          For any of you who havent done so, find a friend with
          the LotR DVD. it has a segment on CD2 about teaching
          them the languages, and about inflections and things,
          that was fairly interesting.

          Cj


          --- Gildor Inglorion <elfiness@...> wrote:
          > teithant kissessosweet015
          >
          > > Hi i would like to learn how to speak and write in
          > > Elvish please.
          > > Every since i waz little i have been reading
          > Tolkien
          > > books and i
          > > would so love to learn how to speak and write in
          > > Elvish, if you can
          > > please tell me where to go to learn or get an
          > Elvish
          > > dictionary
          > > please tell me. thanx!
          >
          > geee.. 3 repetitions of "please" with vague syntax
          > :)not very elvish
          >
          > http://gildor.freepage.gr/faq.html to start
          >
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        • Tera
          Hi, I m just trying to translate something into sindarin and was wondering if you could check it over. joyous [is] our union, lamentable our farewell my
          Message 4 of 11 , Aug 13, 2002
            Hi,

            I'm just trying to translate something into sindarin
            and was wondering if you could check it over.

            'joyous [is] our union, lamentable our farewell'

            my attempt:

            'meren erthad mîn, navaer naer mîn'

            Thanks for any help :)

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          • laurifindil
            Dear Tera, This ML is NOT dedicated to _translation_ but to the writing systems made up by Tolkien. Please use Elfling (on groups.yahoo.com) where you wil get
            Message 5 of 11 , Aug 13, 2002
              Dear Tera,

              This ML is NOT dedicated to _translation_ but to the writing systems
              made up by Tolkien.

              Please use Elfling (on groups.yahoo.com) where you wil get
              "something"... of an anwser... :-(

              N.B. Could the usual GROUP of people *refrain* from their urge to
              explain how well they have learned the Elven Language from the
              Ardalambion site and direct also Tera to the Elfling mailing list?

              Thank you all

              --- In elfscript@y..., Tera <melkortheevilfish@y...> wrote:
              > Hi,
              >
              > I'm just trying to translate something into sindarin
              > and was wondering if you could check it over.
              >
              > 'joyous [is] our union, lamentable our farewell'
              >
              > my attempt:
              >
              > 'meren erthad mîn, navaer naer mîn'
              >
              > Thanks for any help :)
              >
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            • Karyn Keller
              I was told that there was a part of the DVD about Quenya, do you know what it is under?? i cant find it on mine. thanx ~Helkaahawen ... Do You Yahoo!? HotJobs,
              Message 6 of 11 , Aug 16, 2002
                I was told that there was a part of the DVD about Quenya, do you know what it is under?? i cant find it on mine. thanx

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              • Neamh
                You mean the Lord of the Rings DVD? There was a 2nd DVD in the pack and it had on it a section about the teaching of the elvin language. That may be what you
                Message 7 of 11 , Aug 16, 2002
                  You mean the Lord of the Rings DVD?

                  There was a 2nd DVD in the pack and it had on it a section about the
                  teaching
                  of the elvin language. That may be what you heard - i could be wrong tho.

                  Nèamh
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                  Sent: Friday, August 16, 2002 6:38 PM
                  Subject: [elfscript] DVD


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                  > I was told that there was a part of the DVD about Quenya, do you know what
                  it is under?? i cant find it on mine. thanx
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                  > ~Helkaahawen
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