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Table Of Contents

1.1 TEXT
1.2 GRAMMAR
1.2.1 Plural formation of nouns
1.2.2 The defi nite and indefi nite article
1.2.3 Classes of verbs
1.2.4 The present tense
1.2.5 Pronomial verb endings
1.2.6 The infi nitive
1.2.7 The imperative
1.2.8 The verb ’to be’
1.2.9 Questions
1.3 VOCABULARY
1.4 TENGWAR
1.4.1 General remarks
1.4.2 The 16 basic signs
2.1 TEXT
2.2 GRAMMAR
2.2.1 Dual
2.2.2 Partitive-plural
2.2.3 Adjectives describing a noun
2.2.4 Adjectives and the verb ’to be’
2.2.5 Adjectives as Adverbs
2.3 VOCABULARY
2.4 TENGWAR
2.4.1 Further consonants
3.1 TEXT
3.2 GRAMMAR
3.2.1 Genitive
3.2.2 Possessive
3.2.3 Genitive or possessive
3.2.4 The last declinable word
3.3 VOCABULARY
3.4 TENGWAR
3.4.1 Vowels
3.4.2 Diphthongs
PAST TENSE, POSSESSIVE ENDINGS
4.1 TEXT
4.2 GRAMMAR
4.2.1 Past tense
4.2.2 Past tense of ’to be’
4.2.3 Possessive endings
4.4.7 A variant in writing
AORIST, NEGATION USING UM¨E
5.1 TEXT
5.2 GRAMMAR
5.2.1 Aorist
5.2.2 Negation using um¨e
5.2.3 Expressing ’and’ in pairs
5.3 VOCABULARY
5.4 CONVERSATION —GREETING AND FAREWELL
LOCATIVE AND ALLATIVE, RELATIVE SENTENCES
6.1 DIALOG
6.2 GRAMMAR
6.2.1 The locative
6.2.2 The allative
6.2.3 Shortened forms
6.2.4 Relative sentences
6.3 VOCABULARY
6.4 CONVERSATION —ASKING FOR THINGS
DATIVE AND ABLATIVE, GERUND, SUPERLATIVE
7.1 DIALOG
7.2 GRAMMAR
7.2.1 The dative
7.2.2 The ablative
7.2.3 The gerund
7.2.4 The use of possessiveendings in locative, allativeand ablativeplural
7.2.5 The superlative
7.3 VOCABULARY
7.4 CONVERSATION —YES AND NO
PERFECT TENSE, NEGATIVE IMPERATIVE, PRONOUNS
8.1 TEXT
8.2 GRAMMAR
8.2.1 Perfect tense
8.2.2 Independent Pronouns
8.2.3 Negative Imperative
8.3 VOCABULARY
8.4 CONVERSATION —INTRODUCING ONESELF
FUTURE TENSE, EMPHATIC PRONOUNS, VERBS DEMANDING A CASE
9.1 TEXT
9.2 GRAMMAR
9.2.1 The future tense
9.2.2 Emphatic pronouns
9.2.3 Verbs demanding a case
9.3 VOCABULARY
9.4 CONVERSATION —ASK FOR THE WAY
INSTRUMENTAL, COMPARATIVE, DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
10.1 TEXT
10.2 GRAMMAR
10.2.1 Instrumental
10.2.2 The comparative
10.2.3 Demonstrative pronouns
10.3 VOCABULARY
10.4 CONVERSATION —COMPARING THINGS
PREPOSITIONS, NEGATION USING L´A, OPTATIVE USING NAI
11.1 TEXT
11.2 GRAMMAR
11.2.1 Prepositions
11.2.2 Negation using l´a
11.2.3 Wishes using nai
11.3 VOCABULARY
11.4 CONVERSATION —IN BATTLE
PARTICIPLES, THE VERB ¨EA , NUMBERS
12.1 TEXT
12.2 GRAMMAR
12.2.1 The present active participle
12.2.2 The perfect passive participle
12.2.3 The verb ¨ea
12.2.4 Numbers
12.3 VOCABULARY
12.4 CONVERSATION —THE TIME
13.1 TEXT
13.2 GRAMMAR
13.2.1 The accusative
13.2.2 The respective
13.2.3 The primitive imperative
13.2.4 Imperative and pronouns
13.2.5 U-stem nouns
13.3 VOCABULARY
13.4 CONVERSATION —THE WEATHER
14.1 TEXT
14.2 GRAMMAR
14.2.1 General remarks about Quenya phonology
14.2.2 Prefi xes
14.2.3 Consonant shifts
14.2.4 Compounds
14.3 VOCABULARY
14.4 CONVERSATION —HOW DO YOU FEEL?
IRREGULAR VERBS
15.1 TEXT
15.2 GRAMMAR
15.2.1 U-verbs
15.2.2 Intransitive verbs ending with -ya
15.2.3 Irregular past tense formation
15.2.4 Impersonal verbs
15.2.5 equ¨e , auta- and lelya-
15.2.6 -e- as connecting vowel
15.3 VOCABULARY
15.4 CONVERSATION —IN NATURE
SPECIAL CONSTRUCTIONS
16.1 TEXT
16.2 GRAMMAR
16.2.1 Sentences using ’that’
16.2.2 Sentences using ’whether, if’
16.2.3 Genitive and possessive with verbal nouns
16.2.4 Causative verbs from adjectives
16.3 VOCABULARY
16.4 NUANCES IN EXPRESSION —PREPOSITIONS
MUST, SHALL, CAN; POSTPOSITIONS
17.1 TEXT
17.2 GRAMMAR
17.2.1 Can, be able to
17.2.2 Want
17.2.3 Should
17.2.4 Must
17.2.5 Postpositions
17.3 VOCABULARY
17.4 NUANCES IN EXPRESSION —PRONOUNS
PASSIVE AND SUBJUNCTIVE
18.1 TEXT
18.2 GRAMMAR
18.2.1 The subjunctive
18.2.2 The passive
19.2.3 Endings to form nouns from nouns
19.2.4 Endings to form adjectives from nouns
19.2.5 Endings to form adjectives from verbs
19.3 VOCABULARY
19.4 TRANSLATIONS INTO QUENYA —GENERAL REMARKS
19.4.1 Recognize limits
19.4.2 Don’t translate the words, translate the meaning
19.4.3 Rephrase expressions
20.1 TEXT
20.2 GRAMMAR
20.2.1 Independent possessive pronouns
20.2.2 Short pronomial verbal endings with separate subject
20.2.3 Prefi xed pronouns
20.2.4 The infi nitive-prefi x a-
20.2.5 Vowel shortenings
20.2.6 Emphasis
20.3 VOCABULARY
20.4 TRANSLATIONS INTO QUENYA —WORD FORMATION
20.4.1 Some warnings
20.4.2 Various types of word creation
TENGWAR AND THEIR NAMES
PRONOMIAL ENDINGS
C.1 1ST PERSON PLURAL
C.2 THE 2ND PERSON
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Quetin Lambe Eldaiva En

Quetin Lambe Eldaiva En

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