Learn To Speak Klingon

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Learn To Speak Klingon 2018-01-24T11:12:36+00:00

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Intro With Worf (3:00)

Pronunciation (6:37)
Klingon cursing
Simple words and phrases
Useful phrases


Grammar (13:09)
Elementary grammar


Numbers (5:55)


Time And Everyday Use (20:54)
Yesterday, today and tomorrow
Traveling dialogs
Klingon food
Emergency words

Klingon Alphabet and Numbers:

Basic Words And Phrases:

Yes. (answer to yes/no question) HIja’
or HISlaH
No. (answer to yes/no question) ghobe’
Yes, OK, I’ll do it. lu’
No, don’t, I won’t. Qo’
Hello. (Roughly, “What do you want?”) nuqneH
What’s happening? qaStaH nuq?
Huh? nuqjatlh?
I understand. jIyaj
I don’t understand. jIyajbe’
Good! (expression of satisfaction) maj
Well done! majQa’
Where is the bathroom? ‘oH puchpa”e’
Come in yI’el
(to more than one person:
Come here. HIghoS
Go away. naDevvo’ yIghoS
(to more than one person:
naDevvo’ peghoS
Open the door! lojmIt yIpoSmoH!
(See note if you think something is missing here.)
Don’t be silly. yIDoghQo'(to more than one person:
Your mother has a smooth forehead! Hab SoSlI’ Quch!
(Note: this is a powerful insult; don’t say it to friends.)
Today is a good day to die. Heghlu’meH QaQ jajvam
We are Klingons! tlhIngan maH!
Happy birthday. qoSlIj DatIvjaj
(to more than one person:qoSraj botIvjaj
What time is it? ‘arlogh Qoylu’pu’?
(Literally, “How many times has it [presumably some traditional hour
alarm] been heard?”)
Shut up! ‘e’ yImev
(to more than one person:Sujatlh ‘e’ yImev
That’s great news! buy’ ngop
(Literally, “The plates are full”)