Dialogue is one of the most important tools a writer can have to build a character. Many authors try to use Elvish to give the dialogue a more authentic feel, and it should work. After all, Tolkien used this trick very successfully. However, there's a very big difference between Tolkien and the Elvish sprinkling writer. Tolkien actually knew Elvish; and most of the time, the author does not. Because of this handy cap, many writers fall victim to Grelvish. Fear no longer! Here is a trustworthy source for Elvish dialogue.
- The Phrasebook Database - All of the phrasebooks combined into an easily searchable database.
- Elven Wedding Vows - For Elven marriages in Valinor and in Middle-earth.
- How to write dialogue for Middle-earth characters.
- Why Random Elvish should be avoided in Lord of the Rings fan fiction By Nurvingiel