Thread: Vinya quén!
i suspect that the majority of you have always loved Tolkiens Mythos and then enjoyed the Movies, well for me it was the other way round, i had no interest in tolkien UNTIL i watched the first movie, then i was hoocked and since have read thge trilogy, the silm', the hobbit and many of "the lost road" books.
as you may have guessed by the subject, i can also speak Quenya, well at the moment only on a very basic level, although i no all the stuff needed, i just havent learnt the vocab yet.
anyway that me, i look forward to many a long chat with you all
i suspect that the majority of you have always loved Tolkiens Mythos and then enjoyed the Movies, well for me it was the other way round
Sadly, its the other way around and most of the members here are from the "Movie first, books later" group. But anyways, we all get along pretty well.
And also, don't worry about your Quenya being at a basic level. I don't know about others but I myself can't make a head or tail out of Quenya and I can boast of the fact that I hardly know a qord from Quenya (except maybe Namarie) So don't worry. Compared to me, you've a diploma in Quenya.
Rest said, keep having fun. See ya around!
I am one of the members who read the books first and I like to know what you think about the differences between books and film (now that you have read the books)?
Virumor, i dont know, hehe,its Quendian for 'new person' though
Enjoy the site, everyone is really friendly. Welcome
ps keep using the speak (plus what is means) maybe I could learn some.
(Hurray and well met! You know how to speak the languages of Tolkien: do you know only Quenya or do you know other languages like Sindarin, Khuzdul, and Telerin?) Sorry if I'm a bit of a curious wombat. Welcome to Planet-Tolkien!
Hastwilien filtothen manarie towingen splidarien meltonenenannnoneninen.... in other words GOBBLE-DE-GOOK!