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Topacio
19-08-10, 11:01
Hello :D Who in this forums speaks a constructed language? Esperanto, Ido, Interlingua, Volapuyk, ...

Bye bye :)

Cochrane
19-08-10, 14:28
I tried to learn Klingon once but gave up. :D

Forwen
19-08-10, 14:30
I had some solid grasp of quenya and sindarin (unfinished as they are) years ago, not so now.

Sgt BOMBULOUS
19-08-10, 14:30
I tried to learn Klingon once but gave up. :D

Only a P'TAK would give up! :ton:

Catracoth
19-08-10, 14:36
I can speak the Divine Language quite well. :)
As seen in The Fifth Element, spoken by Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat.

igonge
19-08-10, 14:40
*googles constructed language*


EDIT: Oh I see :tmb:

No, no I don't :p

t-raider26
19-08-10, 15:00
Does pig latin count?

robm_2007
19-08-10, 15:44
I can speak the Divine Language quite well. :)
As seen in The Fifth Element, spoken by Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat.

i looked that up before, seems hard to learn.

did you remember how to spell her name or look it up?

Nenya awakens
19-08-10, 16:04
Problem with this is that I could say I can speak fluent elvish.. and who can prove I can or cant..


so yes, I can speak Elvish.

thecentaur
19-08-10, 16:08
My friend can write Elvish :p she got bored one day apparently. Then she offered to write my name in Elvish and it was weird O.O

Minty Mouth
19-08-10, 16:14
My friend can write Elvish :p she got bored one day apparently. Then she offered to write my name in Elvish and it was weird O.O

Why didn't she learn a real, somewhat more useful language?

herothing
19-08-10, 16:15
My friend can write Elvish :p she got bored one day apparently. Then she offered to write my name in Elvish and it was weird O.O

I swear i read somewhere that Elvish is some sort of a detour from another language :confused:

TR-Freak
19-08-10, 16:22
Srsly no.:o

Drone
19-08-10, 16:28
how about programming languages? :cool:

aurora89
19-08-10, 16:39
I used to know some Quenya... and I had to learn a little Esperanto for Latin class, but that's it.

SGRaider
19-08-10, 16:40
I've picked up some Goa'uld, does that count?

TR-Freak
19-08-10, 16:49
how about programming languages? :cool:
HTML and started to learn Assembling.:tea:
Not a real programming language - RPG Maker Code:cln:
And RGSS a bit.

Cochrane
19-08-10, 19:22
how about programming languages? :cool:
I don’t think so, otherwise the list would be long…

TheBloodRed
19-08-10, 19:27
HTML and started to learn Assembling.:tea:
Not a real programming language - RPG Maker Code:cln:
And RGSS a bit.

Pretty much the same for me. When I was on hiatus from TRLE(before I knew about the TRLE community) I was on RPG Maker a lot.

Scripting with RGSS is a pain!! xD

Phys
19-08-10, 19:27
I've picked up some Goa'uld, does that count?

:D :hug:

thecentaur
19-08-10, 19:27
Why didn't she learn a real, somewhat more useful language?

Well she's taking German in school, so if that's worth anything to you, then yes, she is a functioning member of society :p

And plus, why NOT learn something trivial? It could be a good conversation starter, as well as having to strike something off of your bucket list :p

TippingWater
19-08-10, 19:37
I can speak the Divine Language quite well. :)
As seen in The Fifth Element, spoken by Leeloo Minai Lekarariba-Laminai-Tchai Ekbat De Sebat.

Podo !(Great)

freeze10108
19-08-10, 19:40
Mi lernas Esperanton. :)

(I'm learning Esperanto). ;)

Rai
19-08-10, 19:49
I tried learning esperanto a while back, but got bored.

aktrekker
19-08-10, 20:21
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Na'vi.
It was designed by a linguist to be an actual spoken language. There is a growing community and the language is constantly being extended by the original designer.

laralover_07
19-08-10, 20:29
I speak GaGa.

And I'm apparently a natural at Swahili.

TheBloodRed
19-08-10, 20:38
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Na'vi.
It was designed by a linguist to be an actual spoken language. There is a growing community and the language is constantly being extended by the original designer.

I don't find it that fun but I'd rather learn Elvish or something first. xD

TR-Freak
19-08-10, 21:08
Pretty much the same for me. When I was on hiatus from TRLE(before I knew about the TRLE community) I was on RPG Maker a lot.

Scripting with RGSS is a pain!! xD

Really? Do you still have some projects from RPG-Maker:jmp:

ThatNorskChick
19-08-10, 21:44
I tried learning Elvish when I was in middle school.

aktrekker
20-08-10, 00:12
It might be easier if you go to middle-earth.

Lizard of Oz
20-08-10, 01:21
Hey, I can speak Simlish :D
Everyone can, I think XD

ThatNorskChick
20-08-10, 02:04
It might be easier if you go to middle-earth.

Hah! Hah! Hah. :p

:}hello friend
20-08-10, 02:07
I'm learning the written language of Irken at the moment :ton:

lunavixen
20-08-10, 05:00
I tried to learn Klingon once but gave up. :D
i know a little bit of klingon
Only a P'TAK would give up! :ton:it's P'tak

the upper and lower case letters in Klingon are not interchangable like they are in other languages

Vinkula
20-08-10, 06:10
I tried to learn Klingon once but gave up. :D

Me too and still trying! :vlol:

scoopy_loopy
20-08-10, 06:57
My friend can write Elvish :p she got bored one day apparently. Then she offered to write my name in Elvish and it was weird O.O

There was this really lovely girl that used to go the library every single day in Primary School. She fascinated me, one day she wrote my name in Elvish too. :D And in case you're wondering - she's stayed extremely pretty and is very slender (ie; NOT a stereotypical "freak". She's freakishly kind, though :p ).

SGRaider
20-08-10, 10:37
:D :hug:

:hug:

Oh, I forgot. I can write in elvish. Yep, I have nothing better to do in my spare time.