I don't understand "abrannen" in "abrannen ben".. is it a superb compound word for "after I found a way to..."? Just like in the Lord's Prayer, "ai" in "sui mín i gohenam di ai gerir..." means "for those who", but I still don't understand why!
In Nominative pronouns, you listed "This is", "That is", "These are", "Those are". How about "There is" and "There are"? I am wondering if these 2 might not be nominative pronouns, so you have left them out.
If there is no attested "There is/are", can they be replaced by "It is" and "They are"?
NOTE - Dha = There is/are, this was published after I wrote this post
There is/are don't exist in Sindarin like they do in English we just have Ennas = There. Some sentences you'll have to reword, others can be done like this as remember 'is/are' are implied in Sindarin - Ennas iaul = There (is) (a) cat Ennas ioel = There (are) cats or Iaul ennas = (A) cat (is) there In ioel ennas = The cats (are) there
What is very important to remember here (sorry, going to use linguistic terms now, but bear with me!) is that this type of 'there' is called 'referential there' which means you're referring to something you can physically see in that place. This is the only type of 'there' you can use in Sindarin. The other type is called 'existential there', and is used in sentences like 'There's something important I have to tell you'. In this sentence you're not talking about anything real that you can physically see, so Ennas wouldn't work as a translation e.g. - Ennas nad boe gin pedin = There is something I must tell you but what you're literally saying in Sindarin is 'Something over there in that place I must tell you'. The Elf would then expect you to explain what it is you saw! Does that make sense?
abrannen This is the prefix ab- = after + the past participle of rad- = to make a way to, which is rannen = having made a way to.
ai It's just a pronoun Tolkien gave us, I'm not sure we know what it's root is. It just is. (Though it does look a wee bit like 'an' = for + the relative pronoun 'i' = who/what/which etc.)