When the relative pronoun serves a function other than the subject of the embedded clause, a resumptive pronoun is required: The relative pronoun is normally omitted entirely when an indefinite noun is modified by a relative clause: Colloquial varieties[ edit ] The above system is mostly unchanged in the colloquial varieties, other than the loss of the dual forms and for most varieties of the feminine plural. Some of the more notable changes:
Two timelines[ edit ] For Tolkien's constructed languages we must distinguish two timelines of development: One internal, consisting of the sequence of events within the fictional history of Tolkien's secondary world One external, in which Tolkien's linguistic taste and conceptions evolved External history[ edit ] J.
Tolkien was interested in languages from an early age, and developed several constructed languages while still a teen. Eventually, as a young adult, he created an entire family of constructed languages spoken by Elves and a secondary world where these could evolve.
One of these languages was created c. Tolkien called it Goldogrin or "Gnomish" in English. He wrote a substantial dictionary of Gnomish and a grammar. The beginning of the "Name-list of the Fall of Gondolin ", one of the Lost Tales, gives a good example of both languages Gnomish and Elfin: Here first are they which appear in the Tale of Tuor and the Exiles of Gondolin, first among these those ones in the Gnome-speech lam Goldrin.
He abandoned the words Goldogrin and lam Goldrin in favour of Noldorin a Quenya word already sparingly used for his Gnomish tongue. This is the second conceptual stage of Sindarin.
Tolkien composed then a grammar of this new Noldorin, the Lam na Ngoluith. At the same time, Tolkien was developing the Ilkorin tongues of the Elves of the Third Clan who remained in Beleriand those same Elves whom Tolkien would much later name Sindar in Quenya.
Noldorin the Welsh-style language was at that time conceived as having evolved from Old Noldorin spoken in Valinor. The Noldorin Elves wanted to speak a distinct tongue from the First Clan Elves who also lived with them and spoke Quenya, and so they developed Old Noldorin from what Tolkien called Koreldarin: The Ilkorin tongues of Beleriand did not resemble Welsh.
Later on Tolkien conceived the name Lemberin for them. Tolkien created Sindarin c. He used much of Noldorin and blended it with "Ilkorin Doriathrin" and added in some new features.
On that matter, he wrote a side note on his "Comparative Tables": Doriathrin and the other dialects, were not as much based on Welsh as Noldorin was, and Tolkien wanted his new "tongue of Beleriand" to be a Welsh-type language.
So too, would complete grammars and lexical collection of the languages. Any attempt at bogus 'completeness' would reduce the thing to a 'model', a kind of imaginary dolls house of pseudo-history.
Much hidden and unexhibited work is needed to give the nomenclature a 'feel' of verisimilitude. But this story [The Lord of the Rings] is not the place for technical phonology and grammatical history. I hope to leave these things firmly sketched and recorded.
He made an effort to give to his Elvish languages the feel and taste of natural languages. He wanted to infuse in them a kind of life, while fitting them to a very personal aesthetic taste.
He wanted to build languages primarily to satisfy his personal urge and not because he had some universal design in mind. Two magazines — Vinyar Tengwarfrom issue 39 Julyand Parma Eldalamberonfrom issue 11 — are today exclusively devoted to the editing and publishing of J.
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