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BIRMINGHAM, England It's central England, not Middle Earth, but one school is offering its pupils the chance to learn Elvish.
Youngsters at Turves Green Boys' Technology College in Birmingham are being offered weekly after-hours lessons in Sindarin, a conversational form of Elvish invented by Lord of the Rings creator J.R.R. Tolkien and based on Welsh sounds.
Educational co ordinator Zainab Thorp said she hoped the classes would help boost the self-esteem of pupils, some of whom have learning difficulties.
The recent success of the 'Lord of the Rings' films has increased the interest in learning Elvish, Thorp said.
The children really enjoy it. It breaks the idea that education should simply be aimed at getting a job.
Thorp said Tolkien was an expert in ancient languages who had developed two forms of Elvish.
Sindarin was based on Welsh sounds and was the more commonly used, while Quenya, which related to Finnish, was largely a ceremonial language.
A couple of the boys are very into role-playing games. Knowing Sindarin is useful when giving orders to their Elvish armies, Thorp said.
It's also very useful if they want to go on to university to study, as it involves looking at some of Tolkien's old manuscripts. This develops some very complex skills.

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