Shorah. =) Newcomer here.

I have been recently working on studying the D'ni language. It is a beautiful language to both speak and write having just enough poetry and just enough art to it to make it worth while. Though D'ni is based very much on Hebrew, the two languages have distinct differences.

I guess it is a tad bit of an obsessive thing to do, to learn to speak and write D'ni. But, hey, we're all about making it real, right? ^_^

If you are at all interested in learning to speak D'ni, if you by some chance have never before though of it or cared to put the time in, then I would suggest starting with The D'ni Student, brought to you by the lovely D’ni Linguistic Fellowship.
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