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[For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« on: December 23, 2009, 05:57:57 am »
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[For Beginners] Links to useful learning materials - II


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The aim here is to give access to very simple documents that will help new members to begin with the Na'vi language. You'll be able to put your docs under this first post and I'll be editing this post to make new documents being available to everyone. :) Hope it will helps beginners finding simplified documents to learn Na'vi.

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The Na'vi Dictionary - compiled by Taronyu
All of the vocabulary we know but with a lot of useful information. Five appendices: A chart of all the Na'vi numbers, a list of proper nouns, flora, and fauna, a list of all illegal words that shouldn't be in the language but are, a list of all of the inflections and example usages, a list of English terms used in the Trilinear Gloss, and a change log where every change to the dictionary is described.

Na'vi -> 'Rrta lì'fya
Na'vi - English Dictionary Compiled by Taronyu
Na'vi - English Dictionary (Sorted by category) Compiled by Taronyu
Na'vi - English Dictionary (Concise version) Compiled by Taronyu
Na'vi - German/Deutsch Dictionary Translated by Übersetzt, erstellt von Nawmaritie
Na'vi - Russian/Русский Dictionary Translated by Night Raider, avb2008, Atantsawkeyä
Na'vi - Estonian/Eesti Dictionary Translated by KalaKuival
Na'vi - Portuguese/Português Dictionary Translated by Arthur Sousa
Na'vi - Swedish/Svenska Dictionary Translated by Le'eylan
Na'vi - Hungarian/Magyar Dictionary Translated by Some Hungarians
Na'vi - French/Français Dictionary Translated by Xelloss
Na'vi - Dutch Dictionary Translated by Leofox

'Rrta lì'fya -> Na'vi
English - Na'vi Dictionary Compiled by Taronyu
German/Deutsch - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Übersetzt, erstellt von Nawmaritie
Russian/Русский - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Night Raider, avb2008, Atantsawkeyä
Estonian/Eesti - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by KalaKuival
Portuguese/Português - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Arthur Sousa
Swedish/Svenska - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Le'eylan
Hungarian/Magyar - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Some Hungarians
Dutch - Na'vi Dictionary Translated by Leofox



Link to the Dictionary Topic, for editing and comments is here.

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Na'vi in a Nutshell Guide - compiled by NeotrekkerZ
Almost everything you need on the basics of Na'vi grammar:

English Compiled by NeotrekkerZ
Estonian/Eesti Translated by KalaKuival
Portuguese/Português Translated by Artur Sousa


Topic for comments can be found here.

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Na'vi Reference Grammar - Compiled by Wm.Annis

English - Compiled by Wm.Annis

Topic for comments can be found here.

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Na'vi for Beginners - Compiled by MIPP

English - Compiled by MIPP

Topic for comments can be found here.

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Na'vi Grammar Cheat Sheet - Compiled by Wm.Annis

English - Compiled by Wm.Annis
German/Deutsch - Translated by Plumps
Portuguese/Português Translated by Artur Sousa

Topic for comments can be found here.

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Le Na'vi pour les nuls! - compiled by Nuruhuine
A great document, compiling all the Na'vi grammar into one clear and precise PDF for the beginners. French version only.

French/Français - Compiled by Nuruhuine


Topic for comments can be found here.

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Na'vi para Novatos - compiled by MIPP
A document with the basic grammar for beginner. Only in Portuguese.

Portuguese/Português - Compiled by MIPP


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Crash course in linguistic terminology used for Na'vi - compiled by Karyu Amawey
Did you ever wonder what was the meaning of all those linguistic words and how to pronounce certain things when speaking Na'vi? Here we are.

English - Compiled by Karyu Amawey
German/Deutsch - Translated by Nìwina Hufwean & Tskxerim
Portuguese/Português - Translated by MIPP

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Na'vi's alphabet - compiled by Eywa Mokriyä and created by Skxawng
Here is a guide on the Na'vi alphabet and how to pronounce things.

English - Compiled by Eywa Mokriyä and Skxawng
French/Français - Translated by Kifkeyit ftiayu
Portuguese/Português - Translated by MIPP

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Na'vi Infix Chart - written by Nyx
Quick reference chart on all the Na'vi infixes.  Available in different sizes.

Original Size (1654x1169)
1024x768
1280x800


Topic for comments can be found here.

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Learn Na'vi Activity Book - written by Kaltxì Palulukan
Have fun learning Na'vi with this activity book.

Learn Na'vi the Easy Way!


Topic for comments can be found here.

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Typing special characters
A chart with all the special codes you need for typing special characters.

Penn State - Computing with Accents, Symbols, and Foreign Scripts - Windows
Penn State - Computing with Accents, Symbols, and Foreign Scripts - Mac
Typing Spanish Written Accents - Windows

Tirea Aean's kxwerty keyboard - Direct download. - Windows only
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Learn Na'vi Wiki - Run by the community
Growing database of the Na'vi knowledge.

Learn Na'vi Wiki

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Outdated Resources
The following resources are outdated and may contain inaccurate and/or misleading information.  They are listed below for educational purposes only.



Please reply to this thread if you know of any documents that are missing and should be added. It will help keeping this thread up-to-date.
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2009, 01:19:04 pm »
Great job ! With all that we can have something to learn while waiting news from Dr Frommer ! \o/

(should be moved to the "links" part, no ?)

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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2009, 01:22:25 pm »
Well I put it there so all the beginners could see it at first sight...but I don't mind if the administrator moves it. :)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #3 on: December 24, 2009, 03:40:44 am »
Added:

* New English and French compendium versions.
* New thematic glossary version.
« Last Edit: December 24, 2009, 03:48:21 am by Eywa mokriyä »
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #4 on: December 24, 2009, 06:11:35 am »
COOL, can anybody please post a danish version of the pocket book?
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #5 on: December 24, 2009, 06:59:52 am »
There isn't any danish version yet, but you can help to make one...:)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #6 on: December 24, 2009, 09:06:59 am »
Guys...
this is so great...

AWESOME!!

but, do u know if there are any video classes?
or a course or something?

I am a language/dialect fan... and I would LOOOOOVE to learn Na'vi as soon as possible...
And we all know that without classes or video/audio is kinda hard...

Thanks...

Please if u know something write me...

ob_530@yahoo.com.br

If i find out anything first I will post here...

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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2009, 05:27:57 pm »
You can check the talknavi.com website ( I think it's the right adress but am not sure...)...:)


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* Na'vi alphabet table.
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #8 on: December 25, 2009, 07:21:43 am »
You guys are fantastic. I've put the 5 documents up on the bottom of every page (still working on finding a better place for them)

http://www.learnnavi.org/#downloadables

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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #9 on: December 25, 2009, 07:41:28 am »
Maybe you could just add a menu called "Downloads" and put them here. :)

I really take pleasure creating easy-using documents and I am glad that they sometimes help beginners to begin with the Na'vi language. :)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #10 on: December 26, 2009, 10:31:47 am »
Added:

*Russian version of the compendium, more translated versions to come.  ;)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #11 on: December 26, 2009, 02:01:58 pm »
Everything is now clearer, with colors and different sizes for the titles. :) Easier to find what you want now.

*Added new versions of the vocabulary with categories too.
*Added new version of the russian compendium.

Really sorry Skxawng that I didn't mention your name on the pronunciation table. I know someone made it and that I took the informations from but I couldn't remember where on the forum. :) Glad that you added your name. ;)
« Last Edit: December 26, 2009, 02:31:53 pm by Eywa mokriyä »
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #12 on: December 26, 2009, 02:50:06 pm »
Added:

*New version of the english compendium: variations of the different cases added.
*New version of the french compendium: variations of the different cases added.
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #13 on: December 27, 2009, 03:18:30 am »
Added:

* New versions of the vocabularies: added the word "beautiful - lor" on both.
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #14 on: December 27, 2009, 12:39:21 pm »
Update:

*Portuguese version of the compendium in v.2
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #15 on: December 27, 2009, 02:36:37 pm »
Updated the main website - and added the inevitable /downloads section.

http://www.learnnavi.org/downloads/

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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #16 on: December 27, 2009, 02:37:47 pm »
Updated the main website - and added the inevitable /downloads section.

http://www.learnnavi.org/downloads/

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Irayo, ma Sebastian. :)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #17 on: December 27, 2009, 02:45:27 pm »
Nope -- thank you guys!

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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #18 on: December 27, 2009, 02:46:57 pm »
Nope -- thank you guys!

Everything wouldn't have been possible without you. ;) You did the website, you offered a place to the community. ;)
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Re: [For Beginners] Links to useful documents
« Reply #19 on: December 27, 2009, 02:51:13 pm »
dunno if you guys knows this page (probably yes)
I still need to look and see if it has decent info, but I'm no expert and it seems fine till now.

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