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Kickstarter

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

Moved Blog

So, here we are. Due to the Middle-earth Network shutting down social-network operations, I had to move the “News and Updates” section to my own website. In this process, I got another subdomain for my website, installed WordPress 4.0 on it, then mucked around until it became something resembling the

Sindarin Plurals

So, the edits I made last time to the Sindarin plural-mutation lesson (chapter 5 lesson 1) embarked me on an odyssey to find out more. With the help of Roman Rausch on the Google+ community “Languages of Middle-earth”  I present to you the newly edited and up-to-date version. It also

Sindarin Lessons

More updates to announce: I’m finally finishing the updated homework! I’m replacing the RTFs with Open Office files, because anyone can install Open Office for free, and you can insert the needed special characters with it. I’ve started applying the stuff learned from Vinyar Tengwar #50… but only easy things