Community Projects > Learning Resources

Cheat Guide to Na'vi

(1/2) > >>

theAfanc:
I am going to start this document off by saying I am a *new learner of Na’vi.  I do not claim ownership to the original writing of any of this information.  I compiled this list, this cheat guide, from the information out of documents by those who have dedicated nearly a decade to learn this language.  Much if not all of this info will be copy&pasted from their hard work.  This is merely a compilation of the tools that I found most useful so I can have everything in one concise location.

I came up with this idea because I was reading the 48 page Na'vi as a Second Language guide and the info really clicked with me.  But I don't have the ability to scroll through all those pages quickly when I'm trying to read or compose sentences.  I am also a nerd (le*gasp wha!?) and I play D&D/Pathfinder and while I am very fluent in the rules, I was not always.  One thing I used to swear by are the GM shields that have all the basic rules easily explained on basically a folder of four pages as a quick reference guide.
(img isn't working...it's this thing: http://www.paperspencils.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/DSCF2803.jpg)

So my goal with this document is not to create new information, but to essentially make a Na'vi quick reference guide that gets all this important info boiled down into just a few pages.


Still very much a work in progress but here is what I have so far: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eeXJ0AIMmCRoUuge1WHzd8LZ0H85DsDc0iJ6WSy-YcQ/edit?usp=sharing

Plumps:
Looks like an intersting project.

Believe me, there is no better way to acquire the language as a newcomer than to write and/or complie your own documents and explain the grammar in your own words. It makes it stick in your head easier. If it can help others in the process, all the more important and better ;)


Btw, I love your profile pic ;D

Vawmataw:
Yay for more cheat sheets! Syntheses are a great way to learn for some people.

theAfanc:

--- Quote from: Plumps on September 22, 2018, 05:42:59 pm ---Looks like an intersting project.

Believe me, there is no better way to acquire the language as a newcomer than to write and/or complie your own documents and explain the grammar in your own words. It makes it stick in your head easier. If it can help others in the process, all the more important and better ;)


Btw, I love your profile pic ;D

--- End quote ---

My thoughts exactly!  When i was learning french in high school, we had a teacher that let us write out vocab 25 times each for extra credit.  The pain in the wrist was extreme but the learning was great.  I find compiling my own documents help me to make things click in my mind.  And if it helps even one other person then great!

tsyili:
Kaltxì ma 'eylan, ngal fì'ut tsole'a srak?

[click here]

Kop, nga plltxe san fìpamrel lu Ta Pamìrìkä sì Tirea Aeonä sìk mì ngeyä pamrel slä sweylu txo nga pivlltxe san fìpamrel lu Pamìrìkä sì Tirea Aeanä pamrel sìk. Lì'u alu ta slu from nì'Ìnglìsì, ulte tsun fko sivar tsalì'ut fte pivlltxe san fìpamrel lu oeyä pamrel sìk. Tireayä tstxo leru keyawr a fì'u lu kxeyey a fì'ut oel fpìl.

Navigation

[0] Message Index

[#] Next page

Go to full version