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I want to know how often people look at you like your crazy when you greet them in Na'vi

Often
35 (48.6%)
Sometime's
16 (22.2%)
Rare
5 (6.9%)
Never
0 (0%)
I don't greet in Na'vi
16 (22.2%)

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Re: Everyday Na'vi
« Reply #40 on: February 28, 2010, 09:04:39 pm »
Hehe this is a nice thread :P i sometimes greet people in Na'vi and they just say hello back, or dont say anything at all xD I hope i will meet someone someday who does understand.
Also i have discovered something really weird.. when im walking with shoes on i always walk like a retard lol but when im wearing nothing like shoes i walk pretty normal. (yea im weird :D)
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Re: Everyday Na'vi
« Reply #41 on: February 28, 2010, 11:43:15 pm »
I am learning the language with a few friends and we all talk Na'vi, but when we talk Na'vi to other people they are like uh what??? ;D

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Re: Everyday Na'vi
« Reply #42 on: March 02, 2010, 09:05:54 pm »
I am learning the language with a few friends and we all talk Na'vi, but when we talk Na'vi to other people they are like uh what??? ;D
it is rather awkward in public but my friends and I have finally decided we don't care what others think of us this is who we are and they can deal if they don't like it than they can just walk away.

and in my learning of the language I have finally gotten to the point where I am not just memorizing phrases or word sounds, I am at the point where I am actually knowing what the words mean in their translation to English and visa versa, i actually can make my own improve phrases as needed and not have to rely on premade one's or go look up a word, and now comes the awkward part accidentally using a Na'vi phrase when trying to speak English, and when I hear English words my mind auto translates them to Na'vi, now I just have to work on  getting down more words and using grammar and endings/ begenings correctly such as making something plural, past, present, future, such as happen, happens, happened, or is happening.

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Re: Everyday Na'vi
« Reply #43 on: March 03, 2010, 12:07:17 am »
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