After almost an entire year and a half of hiatus, I’m back! I’ve changed the phonology lessons to IPA, moved the Sindarin lessons onto the main website, changed the way that homework is turned in, and started Phil Smith on this brand new version of the textbook. Isn’t it pretty?
Happy New Year Everyone! Boy, have I got good news for you. The textbook is back up and running! I’m accepting homework again! Choose between the two flavors: Plain- http://www.realelvish.net/your-sindarin-textbook/ BETA- http://www.realelvish.net/textbookbeta/ Let me know if you’d like to continue taking lessons or not. See you around! dreamingfifi
Sigh. I’m sorry to do this, but I’m too busy to correct homework anymore. The reason? I’m getting married! After the marriage rush, I might start correcting homework again, but as for right now, I’m closing the homework turn in. That doesn’t mean that the website is closing down, by
I’ve removed everyone’s e-mails from the roster so spambots will have a harder time getting at you guys. For now on, if you want to contact other students, use the forums!
Very special news today: Jules is done with Part 1 of the textbook, and will be taking the Sindarin Final Exam as soon as I finish it! Congratulations Jules!
A new lesson has been added to Chapter 4! I shall require all of the students who passed chapter four to take this new lesson before continuing on.
Chapter 3 has had a makeover! It’s all mathematically correct now.
Estel Dunadan has been helping me catch all of the hiding spelling and grammatical mishaps in the lessons as we go through them, bless their heart!
I edited Lesson 2 of Chapter 1 to make it easier to understand.
An important update today. I decided today that the reflexive pronoun “im” is to be used somewhat like “in“: it can be used for both the plural and singular pronouns. Sorry for those who were on Chapter 5!