Translation:Do you understand?
Does prefix 'bl' mean 'you', becouse i know sufix 'a' means a yes-no question and from previous examples 'yaj' would mean 'understand'
It's a bit more complicated. Klingon has different prefixes not only for the subject but also the object. For example: we know the second-person singular is SoH /ʂox/. When the object is nothing ("pagh" for the Klingon) the prefix is bI-. When the object is "me", or jIH, though, it's cho-, like in "choquvmoH", or "you honor me/cause me to be honored".
When the object is him/her/it, or ghaH or 'oH, it changes yet again to Da-.
The app boQwI' has a super-handy chart
I saw Klingon and it was from star trek so I wanted to try it a and don't understand a thing...
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There's an "audio does not sound correct" complaint on this sentence, but the audio sounds fine to me. I notice that the stress is different on the tile version and the sentence version, but either -'a' or yaj is correct stress. Please let me know if there's another problem.
Is the 'a in blyaj'a a marker for a question? jlyaj for "I understand doesn't have it... if not, what does it mark?