[lg policy] Australia: Avatar fans learning Na'vi language

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Sat Jan 30 16:41:42 UTC 2010

Avatar fans learning Na'vi language
Australian News.Net
Saturday 30th January, 2010 (ANI)

Melbourne, January 30 : 'Avatar' fans Down Under are learning the
Na'vi language spoken in the film. Almost a total of 12000 Australians
are using www.learnnavi.org to master the 1000 listed words. US
designer Sebastian Wolff who has set up the site said he had "vastly
underestimated interest" in the language.

"Having anticipated no more than a few hundred visitors, the website
is getting 15,000 daily visitors, 70 per cent of them new," the Daily
Telegraph quoted him as saying.
Meanwhile, a mountain [in] China has reportedly been named after the movie.


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