That tool can be used to pronounce any Klingon sentence, though it says some of them better than others. There is also a pronunciation lesson a couple levels into the course. Though it still doesn't have audio, so the sentence pronunciation tool above can be very helpful.
The first thing to notice is whether there is a comma, setting off the name from the rest of the sentence. If so, that's the name of the person you are speaking to, and it can come at the beginning or at the end.
torgh, vIyajbe'. "Torg, I don't understand her." (You're talking to Torg and you're telling him: "I don't understand her.")
vIyajbe', torgh. "I don't understand her, Torg." (Same meaning as above, only you say the name of the person you're talking to after the main sentence. Both sentence orders are possible -- keep the name in the same position in your translation.)
torgh vIyajbe'. "I don't understand Torg." (No comma here -- so torgh is part of the main sentence, and since it's before the verb, it has to be the direct object.