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Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 10 Jul 2016 18:33
by Nabri'natar
Su'cuy Vode. Me'vaar ti gar?

I am a female star wars geek currently living in Georgia. I love the Mandalorian culture. My current goal is to become part of the Mandalorian mercs.

Recently just started learning Mando'a.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 11 Jul 2016 05:22
by Vlet Hansen
Su'cuy! Bic jatne taap par Mando'a!

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 14 Jul 2016 06:22
by balikciufukaga
my is not realy quick, i will write about lydian capitol sardis,british and american arcilojist made a dial i thing,and they sayed first money made in sardis(sart) turkey, book ezra also telling story about juis and israel,but know body telling us 3 point on it in history,eghpt israel turkey,i am try to tell you what country start point and what country end point?eghpt to turkey to israel?or israel to eghpt to turkey ezra wast tell us this why?so where they did first money, in egypt or sardis?

Re: Welcome to Learn money making

Unread postPosted: 14 Jul 2016 06:36
by balikciufukaga
i am trying to tell archiologist looking a item who support to excavation aria, and who gone a hold art or object,and if they try to change history what gone a be happen on fiture, i can say they triying to own real history and map of the empires...quick change ha...abrakadabra is coming to eghpt, when is the messanger came they was all the time asked show us some thing if you messenger...i thing couple historian change some issue in bible or tevrat to...if they change do you know what gone a

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 14 Jul 2016 06:46
by balikciufukaga
what gone a happen...READ TO MESSENGER YUSUF,HE PUT ALLOT SO OLD EGYPTIAN RILEGIST PERSON IN CHILE TO ALL LIFE...BECAUSE THEY LIED TOWSON YEARS ALL OF THE EGYPT...DO YOU GUY HAVE A SAME KIND OF PENALTI IN USA OR BRITANIAN LAW?they have to bring on it in justis department...

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 21 Jul 2016 15:50
by Enaris
Su'cuy, vode!

I have just started my journey learning Mando'a, and I am quite briikase to be here.
With your help, I hope the path will be pakod, and I'll be fulfilling resol'nare in no time at all.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 04 Aug 2016 18:58
by Kad Tracyn
Su'cuy, Mando'ade!

My name is Kad Tracyn, which roughly means 'Fire Saber', for those of you who didn't know. I am very interested in becoming fluent in Mando'a, though I'm already decent at it. I wish to become a [Haatla?] Mando'ad, and want to join the Mandalorian Mercs (Mando'ade Ver'verde?).

I am very briikase to be here.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 09 Aug 2016 20:34
by Nojian
Su cuy'gar!
I'm working on learning Mando'a but it's been slow going and a lonely road so far! I'm so glad to have found others doing the same!

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 11 Aug 2016 15:23
by Vlet Hansen
Well, no need to feel lonely now! Welcome home!

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 19 Aug 2016 16:05
by Nickobelenus
I'm new here and have ysed the mando'a dictionary for many years but now I am wanting to be able to translate more.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 19 Aug 2016 18:03
by Malco Ropen
Su cuy'gar, ner gai cuyir Malco Ropen. I have always wanted to learn to speak Mando'a. So I started googling ways to learn it when I found this site. Vor entye bal briikase oya'kari.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 22 Aug 2016 16:00
by Cathul Thuku
Su cuy'gar; I registered on this website because I role-played a Mandalorian therapist (in that RP website, the character whose name is also the username I use here, assumes complete control of Mandalore's mental healthcare system)...

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 19 Sep 2016 23:40
by Kyramlaar
Su'cuy... but you see that a lot.

Ni Kyr'amlaar, Aliit'alor be Aliit Cyare. Mhi kebbu gotal'u haar adate be Mandalore. Mhi gana... And I don't have any more stuff to work with. Anyway, we have an facebook page that we use to post language. We want to make this Mando stuff more than just a fantasy. I joined to take a look around and see what you guys were doing, see if I could contribute and learn.

here's our site, if it's against the T&C I apologize, I couldn't find anything definitive on it! Oya!

just removed the link, contact me if you are interested.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 24 Sep 2016 17:28
by SabaraOne
Su'cuy. I am SabaraOne, a budding system admin with a created language facination. I can currently curse fluently in Mando'a, battlecry with a particular ridged forheaded species, and (with a Re'hevkor) can bluff my way through D'ni, though my knowledge of Elvish is nonexistant.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 25 Sep 2016 04:00
by Vlet Hansen
I've wanted to learn D'ni for a long time, just been so busy...

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 03 Oct 2016 17:12
by Sabo Dragien
Well I might be a tad bit late to the party but I am here now to learn!

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 04 Oct 2016 18:23
by Kadvandil
Hi I'm Jorad Vaan
I use to be known as Kad Vaan but after awhile of learning a bit of Mando'a and diving more into the culture I changed it to Jorad. It's because I have learned to use my voice before my saber. I will admit I'm still very much learning Mando'a and am rather green but I do try to learn quick so who knows.

Not actually a Mando'a speaker

Unread postPosted: 05 Dec 2016 20:41
by Blogwriter
Hi there. I confess I don't speak Mando'an, I'm a technology blogger who's working on a post for my employer on Star Wars languages to be published the second week of December to coincide with the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. I hoped to speak to one or more folks who are leaning Mando'an or other Star Wars languages. The language interest is because my employer, Yappn (yappn.com - Not to be confused with Yavin! :) ) sells enhanced machine translation software. I blog once or twice a week on language and language translation-related topics, and our VP of Sales is a Star Wars fan from way back (so am I, from the release of the original movies back in the day, and I swear I owned every Star Wars tchotchke in the Universe including what was at one time a full set of Burger King drinking glasses. Yes, I'm dating myself!)

My interest would be in why you learn Star Wars languages, and how they might impact your life (I'm curious about this, as being bilingual wires your brain in certain ways. Do you find yourself more proficient at other tasks because you learned another language, however limited it might be at the moment?)

I can speak with folks in the forums, or in private email, whichever works. nicole dot chardenet at yappn dot com.

I appreciate your time.
Nicole Chardenet

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 05 Dec 2016 21:31
by Vlet Hansen
Well, I'd say it's helped me in a few things. Having a bit of familiarity with mando'a made learning Arabic a little easier, but other than that I'm not sure what impact I could say it had other than the people I've met through it.

I really just like learning it because I've always found the way that fictional universes are put together to be fascinating, and looking into the languages and scripts of a fictional culture helps understand how everything is tied together.

Re: Welcome to Learn Mando'a! (Post Here to Introduce Yourse

Unread postPosted: 08 Dec 2016 04:38
by BlackSwordKirito
My motivation for attempting to learn Mando'a is recreational, though I admit, the large number of swear words that I stood to add to my vocabulary made it an easy choice.

As for how it's affected my daily life, I've noticed myself becoming more adept at thinking outside the box. I believe the reason for this is due to the difference between a Mando mindset and an American mindset, which is forcing me to think in ways that most people don't.

My apologies if this post rambled on too long. I've been up way to long to write very coherently.