Erm, I'm just rather curious, as a person who might potentially go into college as a linguistics major, and all--oh, and hi, by the way, I know it's been months once again since the last time I posted here, and whatnot, not to mention happy belated Halloween, Thanksgiving, Non-Denomenational Winter Holiday, and Georgian-Calender New Year, oh, and whatever other rubbish I might have missed, to all of you, while I'm here--, does anybody happen to know of a good, preferably inexpensive, hard or electronic guide to Tolkien's various languages? I've learned German, Mandarin, am currently in the process of teaching myself Japanese and Cantonese, not to mention being in the process of creating my own language, and will likely soon give Sanskrit a go, or maybe Icelandic, and I find it irritating that I have been thus far unable to locate any grammars or dictionaries concerning any of Tolkien's tongues. I'd go further with the alliteration there, but I don't really have the time, quite unfortunately. At any rate, it you can manage to decipher the irritatingly indecipherable jibberish that precedes the no less confounding crap that is currently definitely--well, most probably, at any rate-- being read by you, or perhaps by someone else to whose thoughts you are psychically (that looks wrong in Courier, but I'm too lazy to check...), or otherwise, connected, than please do respond, thx.
Post Scriptum: Just when you think I've finally gone and kicked the bucket, and that you can finally rest in peace, I come back! It's annoying! Isn't it?