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Tamas Ferencz Jul 05, 2018 (15:42)

I am happy to announce the release of my NeoQuenya textbook Atanquesta - a NeoQuenya Primer.
The work is aimed at beginner and intermediate students who would like to learn how NeoQuenya works (or, at least, my version of it). It is not a scholarly research of Quenya - for that there are essays and publications available written by people far more competent in analytical linguistics than me.

I would like to thank my friend +Robert Reynolds who has given me tremendous help to iron out inconsistencies and get rid of mistakes, and also to everyone in this community, as you have all shaped and influenced my understanding and approach.

Feel free to distribute the link to the textbook - and I am also very grateful for comments and questions that will hep me to make it even better in subsequent editions.
Atanquesta – A NeoQuenya Primer
Atanquesta is a textbook for those who would like to learn NeoQuenya, a derivative of Quenya, or High Elven, a language developed by JRR Tolkien. Its aim is to present a grammar compiled from Tolkien's ideas that have evolved over the decades he spent working on the language, a grammar as ...

Richard Rohlin Jul 05, 2018 (16:04)

Good work! Looking forward to perusing this.

James Coish Jul 05, 2018 (16:10)

I am both touched and honoured to be mentioned in your Forward. Thank you.

Remy Corbin Jul 05, 2018 (16:12)

I've been waiting for something like this. Thank you!

Robert Reynolds Jul 05, 2018 (16:18)

Congratulations on reaching release! Omoiet ammoie tana mólenna: you have worked very hard on this task.

Andrew Daws Jul 05, 2018 (23:37)

Oh awesome news, I look forward to perusing this! Congratulations.

Andre Polykanine Jul 06, 2018 (00:37)

Congratulations on the release! And... you're great, man! :)

Tamas Ferencz Jul 06, 2018 (07:31)

Thank you all, guys!

Paul Strack Jul 07, 2018 (18:50)

I am still reading through it, but so far I'm very impressed. I will likely have more to say when I finished, but so far my only real “complaints” are quibbles on vocabulary choices (which are, of course, extremely subjective).

Tamas Ferencz Jul 09, 2018 (00:07)

+ܤܡܝ ܦܠܕܢܝܘܤ thank you very much!

Lokyt L. Jul 10, 2018 (11:32)

Thumbs up!