Translation:We recognize him.

March 20, 2018



Just wanted to say, cool language guys!


We just entered a bunch of sentences into the software. The credit for the coolness of the language goes to Dr. Marc Okrand!


I had no idea that the great tlha'veq possessed a doctorate. Go Okrand!


Sorry ... tlha'veq? nuq 'oH'?


For {tlha'veq} see http://memory-alpha.wikia.com/wiki/Eleventh_Tome_of_Klavek No idea about any association with Dr Okrand.


Ah, Klavek! I didn't make the connection. qatlho', Kent!

As for the third comment in this thread, it's not uncommon for linguists to possess a doctorate, or two. At most universities, it's hard to even get a teaching assistant's position without one. That's part of the reason I decided against staying in linguistics, and in academia in general: very few jobs in the field, and a lot of competition for them. :-)


I'm not really a trekkie. But I'm having a lot of fun with learning Klingon here at duolingo!

I like the structure of the language, I like the didactics how it is being taught and devided in lessons, and I defintly also like the way how you (a group or a team) answer our questions.

Even if some questions are unclear or already explained in the notes, you show patience! Your explanations are respectful and precise.

I feel like discovering a new world (the idiom and the "world of the Klingons"), accompanied by invisible, experienced and helpful persons. That's really motivating!

Just didn't find a better place to write this. Thank you!


Thank you for the encouragement. We have a lot of fun creating it and improving it. And we are happy to have more Klingon speakers in the world!

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