You can preview the pictures here: Map of Beleriand Group Portrait Gwaeren/Aranyo Gaming Orc Attack Hand Diagram Glaewen/Lothuial Romantic Scene Battle Scene Elven Cosmos The book will be available soon!
The new name for the Sindarin class website has been chosen: Realelvish Academy! I’m in the process of reorganizing the website to match the new textbook. The way I’m organizing it, I could add more classes to it. Things like, a Quenya course, or maybe a Thalas’sian course if I
A link to the poll that will help me decide! Since the textbook is no longer called “Your Sindarin Textbook” and the website now holds two courses (Gelio Edhellen! and Teitho Edhellen!) it needs a new name. Follow the link above to the poll that will help me make my
At 5:30 AM, I finally completed uploading the updates to the Neo-Sindarin phrasebooks, including their German translations! Alphin is our German translator, so feel free to send her some thank-yous for all of her hard work! Other than a sparkly new German translation, I’ve reorganized many of the phrasebooks to
Richard is a friend and Sindarin student of mine, and he’s got a pretty amazing voice. Here he is singing Galadriel’s Lament, with the music arranged by Donald Swann: You can see how to pronounce this poem on it’s page in the Recorded Scripts section, and maybe make your own
Turns out, the fix was really easy once I submitted the support ticket. They fixed it this morning, and the textbook is completely back online! Yay!
TLDR: Sindarin Class is on break until the website is fixed. If you’re a student in the current Sindarin class, you may have noticed some technical problems plaguing the textbook’s website. The menu has gone all wonky, certain pages are giving nothing but errors, and you can’t login. Well, it’s
Because of the work I’m doing on the Neo-Sindarin textbook, I ended up giving the calendar pages a much-needed overhaul. In the Calendars of Arda essay, I removed the words I made for the Sindarin version (the Sindar weren’t interested in dates as much as others were, and the Noldor
I, dreamingfifi, have graduated from college, with a degree in Linguistics! I’ve now got the letters “BA” after my name. This means some changes will happen around here. Because I don’t have mountains of homework anymore, I can spend more time on the website! The Sindarin lessons will now be
Elvish Linguistics Learning Tool The reason that I jumped into this project, other than the obvious, is that I see the potential for this to be useful for teachers and students of languages in general. It makes it easy to learn to read a language, especially one like Japanese or