I am thinking of making a Quenya course for English speakers. Although it’ll take me a while to consider the benefits and disadvantages, I have a pretty good. QUENYA Una mujer se paró enfrente de Esbelia. –¡Quiubo, mami! Esbelia – Mucho gusto, repitió Quenya. De modo que Suleica debería aprender de mí.
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In the pre-LotR period, it wasn’t even called Sindarin, but “Noldorin”!
Still, even with all the complications, I think the concept of a Quenya course would be quite fascinating. I would even help develop the LOTR languages when they start being made.
Hebrew – various translators. The Tolkien Estate will probably have to give it an okay, but after that a short course would be viable. I think Duolingo should teach it as Neo-Quenya explicitly, it’s the only thing we can get, and quenyx it won’t be tolkien’s language, it will be a quenay like it. Noldoaran 16 6 2. I can even say “Greetings” aprended Entish! Knowing that things like Klingon and High Valyrian have reached the Incubator, I think it’s only a matter of time before Quenya reaches the Incubator.
There are different versions of “Neo-Quenya” based on different authors’ opinions, choices, and extrapolations. Actually, even though it is more of a code that a language, I can read gnomish from Artimus Fowl without a key. Even the Quenya words for twelve and boy are not specifically attested, but simply educated guesses. Nothing wrong with made up languages, provided they are not the only one apernder learn and that is only an opinion.
It would be very interesting to see a Quenya course added.
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It must be remembered that Tolkien is the sole and final authority on his languages; anything not written by Tolkien is apender speaking not Quenya or Sindarin, but is simply more or less reasonable conjecture based on a selective set of data and supposed facts derived from them. Delta 25 12 12 8 8 7 5 4. I definitely think that you should create this course. Which means what, exactly?
Although it’ll take me a while to quenja the benefits and disadvantages, I have a pretty good knowledge of Quenya. Thanks to Robert for this one! Indeed, if the course were based on David Salo’s Sindarin that is used in the movies, I would have to decry it as something wholly aprejder from Tolkien’s Sindarin. I just started using Duo a couple months ago and I had this same thought immediately but I wanted to familiarize myself with the site more and finish the Spanish course before I applied.
Given the layers of development in Tolkien’s ideas and within the internal history, it seems like the approach most true to his work is in aprendef compositions that pay attention to those contexts.
Due to the language’s inherent limitations, someone or some hardcore group of fans regulating the language has to come up with new words to describe things out of everyday life. Why I made the site And who am I anyway? I would also support this as an excellent source on all of Tolkien’s languages but read my caveat below concerning his Quenya course.
I just don’t think learning it via Duolingo would be the best medium. The Tynntangial page – with some Quenya vocabulary stuff and yes, this is where I stole the background for this page! Apparently no one bothers to read the whole thread.
Although I want Duolingo to do more real languages, if this is how it’ll be, then why not? Learning Quenya is a bit like making a puzzle — you have aprenedr gather all the little scraps and pieces you can find to create a coherent picture, and despite your best efforts the picture still isn’t going to be completely coherent.
Queya you for actually reading my arguments!
It is a cool and beautiful language, but its not so practical to be honest. After I reach fluency, what would you all think of me suggesting this course? But I’m just saying.
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Although I don’t know much about Sindarin, my short study of this apdender elvish tongue gave me the impression that the grammar of Quenya is actually much more certain and consistent than Sindarin although perhaps a more knowledgeable Quenya and Sindarin scholar could provide more depth or dispute to this point. We could certainly call it “Neo-Quenya” Modern Quenya? I have used Ruth Noel’s book; maybe the best thing about this thread is the links Eard and others provided to Elvish websites where I can explore further.
Than duolingo should be informed to drop the project altogether. For others reading this discussion – I do encourage you to check out the sites Eard linked to in other comments. Unless you’re an elf, of course.
SeatownJ 21 14 8 French – some articles translated by Sebastien Bertho and others; aims to be complete one day! Good thing Greek for English speakers is already aprencer the way here!
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A long explanation of why can be found here: The development will stay as is? Available as a PDF file. In my opinion, the problem is even worse for Sindarin. I guess it would be wonderful to have a Quenya course, I could quenyaa motivate myself to learn the language, even though I love Tolkien’s books.