Klingon as a language choice for new Incubator languages?
I was looking around the Incubator pages and clicked the new course button. The drop down language menu apparently has Klingon, would this ever happen or is it just a bit of a joke? Let's get Sheldon Cooper as a contributor ;)
Oh boy, if they start implementing constructed languages I'm never going to leave this site.
Oh right, I never look at when something's posted. I don't even know why this thread existed back then, but I do remember that I had seen Klingon in the Incubator 'some' time ago...
you never said that when i had a conversation about contributing to klingon and can you add vulcan maybe thanks anyways.
Hi B.K.Sean I'm not staff so I don't control which courses go up. But, staff have said that people can apply to create a conlang course. :)
In this case, is there a chance of seeing some Dothraki or something? in the future of course..
If people sign up for it! I know that the Duolingo is hoping to have 50 language pairs by the end of 2014. I think they already have an idea of which pairs they want. So, I'm not sure if it will happen in 2014. But, as usual, Staff have been vague enough that I couldn't say anything with anymore surety than the next bunny!
I second this, I would never leave Duolingo if Vulcan gets offered as a language in the future.
If there is going to be a Klingon course on this website, then there should be a availability for Elvish as well.
I would help,but my klingon knowledge is limited to insults, curses, ranks, and shipboard terms
Definitely not a joke. My most anticipated languages are Russian and Esperanto.
I guess that even if I still can't learn Chinese over here, I'll at least be able to add Esperanto and Klingon to my resume.
There are a lot of challenges awaiting for Jpn for Eng course, posted somewhere else in the forum (sorry, I can't find it :-) )
A Japanese sentence has a lot of possible English sentences, some exceeding DL's maximum number of possible translation, and
It's very hard to parse out kanas and kanji in a Japanese sentence.
Try to ask @Usagiboy7 for anything related to Japanese course in DL in case you want to confirm my post.
I have always wanted to learn Klingon. It looks fun. My family was talking about learning Klingon. Some of my family said it was ridiculous. I think it will be a challenge for the brain.