Greetings! Na’vi is a constructed language spoken by the Na’vi people in the world of James Cameron’s Avatar.
LearnNavi exists to share the Na’vi language with all who want to learn, as well as to promote and assist in its continuing development. Whether you are brand-new to Na’vi, or speak it like one of the People, all are welcome!
The official source for all aspects of the Na’vi language is the blog of its creator, Dr. Paul Frommer at naviteri.org. All of the information you will find here is based on that authority.
LearnNavi.org is also home of the largest and most active online fan community for Avatar. Our international community is diverse, accommodating and friendly. Join us in the Forum or Discord! Ayoel ayngati kameie nìwotx … we see you all!!
Site Features and Other LearnNavi Resources
This informational website, like the Na’vi language itself, is vital and constantly evolving. We have a frequently updated Na’vi-to-English vocabulary section, information on speaking/pronouncing Na’vi, and a grammar and syntax section. There is also a library of reference materials, including the Na’vi Dictionary in the Media section. Check back often for updates!
- LearnNavi.org Online Forum: Discuss the Na’vi language and the film with others, get feedback, and perhaps learn something new. Or just join in for conversation with the friendliest and most diverse Avatar community on the net! This is a traditional forum-style social platform.
- ‘Learn Na’vi at Mo’ara’ Discord Server – The Meeting Place is where to go to hear and learn the Na’vi language in a multimedia learning environment and interact with other Na’vi fans in real time. The server provides scheduled online interactive language classes with knowledgeable instructors and tutors as well as channels to practice conversation in Na’vi.
- ‘Learn Na’vi at Kelutral’ Discord Server – Kelutral.org is another community for those who wish to learn the Na’vi language and engage with other fans of Avatar on a regular basis. It specializes in experimental inquiry and social based learning, in addition to offering traditional courses like Na’vi as a Second Language.
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