Translation:the letter e
Please excuse. I am a german native and 'et translates in german as "Bug" which is the bow of a ship. In the english version it indeed translates as "the vowel e" and "fore" ... might just have been confused and overread several letters. Nevermind, thanks for yor reply.
This whole chapter "sounds" seems pretty useless to me until sounds are added to the course. You could have linked a video about klingon proununciation and a couple of wikipedia articles, and add the tips and notes under another skill. When and if sounds are implemented, you guys could put a chapter only made of listening exercises. Anyway, i love this course, keep it up!
I understand the comments about this lesson being "useless," but I do think it's useful (if only marginally so!) to be able to know how to read the Klingon alphabet aloud. The course owners know there is no audio yet; there isn't much we can do but wait until it's sorted out. (FWIW, DL's Ukrainian course didn't have any audio - or very little - for a long time, and it's a naturally spoken Earth language! So please be patient. :-) ) After guessing at the first question (and getting it wrong), I figured out that we were dealing with the spoken alphabet, and the rest of the first "Sounds" exercise was very easy. You can always use the Klingon Text Reader at https://hol.kag.org/sentence/ if you want to know how to pronounce something aloud.
The Tips and Notes page for "Sounds" does explain that this section is intended to teach us how to pronounce the alphabet, but it calls it "sounds" or "names" of letters, which may be slightly confusing. A suggestion to the mods - maybe it might be helpful to add a clarification to the tips section that this section will be dealing with/teaching us specifically how to pronounce/read the Klingon alphabet out loud might be helpful? And this is a good reminder to us mere learners to always read the Tips/Notes section before beginning a new skill.
Also, I am putting together a Word document for my own reference that includes all the Tips and Notes pages, including the URLs for accessing them via browser, since many of us using the mobile app cannot access the Tips and Notes at this time (July 2018). I'd be happy to share it with anyone interested, but there are two caveats: (1) I can only access the lessons I have reached so far (I'm currently up to Lesson 5, "Sounds"), so the page will have to be continually updated, and (2) I have no website to post these files on. Any thoughts about how to easily get this file out to those of you who are interested in it would be most welcome. I'm happy to email it directly until we find a better way, as long as requests don't get too numerous!