Comments:Elvish, Klingon and Na'vi: Constructed languages gain foothold in film
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I am ten years old and have drawn up one language and am starting on another. Idis espilir aryazz toktoripan jernamora missilir joticant! Espis tevhad susgirpo aspollis toktoripan gor espis hergaspo. Reg? (And they were four years making their own! I was not six when I started. Why?) Ck339
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These people who speak these imaginary languages are idiots, complete idiots. Who are they kidding? The languages aren't going to be important. They're a craze which will die. —184.108.40.206 (talk) 14:26, 13 June 2010 (UTC)