12 fictional languages ​​in which you can learn to speak (11 pics + text)

You may ask - why speak invented languages, because no one understands? Here is the thing! Suppose you want to talk about something very important on the phone (or, more recently, already on Skype), and you will not want to be overheard competitors and even more so - special services. No, listen, they overheard, but probably will not understand a word. All in all, then it is necessary that your partner on the other end (on the other side of the monitor) also knew the language.
In addition, the development of any new language - a great workout for the brain. And you do not need to go on language courses - enough patience and internet

Utopian language of Thomas More
Hopefully, the lessons of history you remember who the Thomas More? Professor, writer, lawyer, diplomat and politician, who lived at the turn of 15-16 centuries, and so did not like English society that came up with the welfare of the country long before Marx, Engels, Lenin, and called it "Utopia," which means both "the best place "and" lack of space ". Voluminous work was published in 1516 and was written in Latin. However, in the new fundamental ideal society and Thomas More imagined a new language, not like anything previous.

Tengvarsky (elf) language Tolkien
Well, just do not have to tell me that you will never come to the delight of Liv Tyler, fluent in the Tengwar Sindarin. This language Valarin, Telerin, Sindarin, even heaps of other places, and even - Dark Language of Mordor. When mastered the language perfectly, and you will be in the hands of "our beauty", that is the One Ring, do not rush to destroy it. Suddenly useful.

Kirt - Dwarven language Tolkien
And when we started talking about Middle-earth, we can not forget the numerous people gnomes. Kirtsky alphabet (or Kertas Daeron) population Moria successfully integrated into your language Khuzdul, because ... well, you know, dwarves do not write - they cut down the words in stone. In principle, there is speculation that Tolkien almost exactly "perekatal" Kirt with Celtic runes. So, at the same time learn the language, which in some places they say in Ireland.

Inoplanetyansky language Futurama
If you think that obscure icons that appear in many series Futurama - it's just a set of characters that come to mind Matt Groenengu, then you are greatly mistaken. As, until recently, and we were wrong. In cartoon aliens even punctuation is. So, for this language - the future :)

Klingon from Star Trek
How can compile a list of fictional languages ​​and not to mention a Klingon? This language is scored so popular that in the world there are a certain number of people who speak it freely. Moreover, Klingon translations of Shakespeare, and even the Bible. The only disadvantage with Klingon - is that, most likely in the "cunning schools" across his land, in any case, already taught.

Aurek-Besh - the language of the Jedi
Despite the fact that aurek-Besh first appeared only in the movie "Return of the Jedi", I can assume that the Jedi is spoken for many centuries.

Kryptonian - Superman language
On Kryptonian (or kriptoneze) say that it is not surprising to Kriptone - home planet of Clark Kent. Deciding to study the language, do not forget about the curse of Superman, as well as think that the end of his post in Facebook (FaceBook, Twitter, etc.) double exclamation point, you actually write the letter "a."

Language of the Ancients of Stargate (Stargate)
If you believe the series SG-1, it is in a language written and spoken Ancient - the people who created (including) civilization on earth millions of years ago. Although, it should be noted that the appearance of this font, we actually owe the oldest Czech posters, on the basis of which it and created by artist Boyd Godfrey for the pilot episode of "Stargate: Atlantis".

Dragon runes
Language dragons is considered the oldest of all that existed on Earth. Dragons - generally being taciturn, but if and began to speak, expressed themselves exclusively the language. People in the Middle Ages often used the dragon as the universal language of magic. Now check out exactly how it sounds - it is difficult. And all thanks to Saint George, destroy, say, the last living dragon on the planet.

Matoran - bionic language LEGO
Did you know that the designer Lego has its own language? Well, at least it was used in a series of Bionicle. If you know it your kids (and they - they know!), There is reason to learn the Matoran to understand what secret little notes exchanged between your offspring.

Daedrik - the language of the Elder Scrolls
Daedrik easily will learn those who still plays in role-playing games. In particular - Elder Scrolls. At least, I personally know quite five adults who were looking forward to, but now play to tremble in his fingers in Skyrim.

Source: muz4in.net


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