[Learning the dragon language] Grammar rules





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Published on Mar 15, 2012

Learn the language: http://thuum.org/index.php
Memrise course (canon): http://www.memrise.com/course/183924/...
Memrise course (non-canon): http://www.memrise.com/course/245416/...

This channel is no longer active but fret not as amazing folks have gathered at Thuum.org (link above) to offer greater resources and a more community-friendly space to learn the language of dragons. I highly suggest you fly there immediately if you wish to speak Dovahzul and learn more words than any official dictionary can teach you.


This is a sort of introduction to the grammar. It should be easy to remember since everything besides what's explained in the video follows the rules of English.

With you, may the force be!
Voth geinmaar, aal faal fus kos!


*There isn't an equivalent to English's apostrophes( ' )

*Prepositional phrases are usually placed earlier in sentences

*There is no form of past tense or future tense (there are few words from the wiki that are past tense but keep the rule in mind when speaking)


Music (royalty free): "Chorus voice" by The Beast Master
Get the song here: http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/90212

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