Sentences as objects
I just read through the lesson on "Sentences as objects", and it includes a section that I am confused by.
Don't be misled by English grammar and use something like nuneH they want us -- the Klingon grammatical object of want is the omitted 'e'.
This led me to think that neH has a better translation of want that, because it says we shouldn't use nuneH to mean they want us. This led me to want to know how to say a phrase like they want us. So, I went digging.
As best as I can tell from my other Klingon Resources (TKD, boQwI', ...), the phrase they want us can be expressed by nuneH, so I reread that section in the lesson again, and I think it could use some clarification. I think it should read something like this to increase clarity of instruction:
Don't be misled by English grammar and use something like nuneH to end a sentence like Sop nuneH meaning they want us to ... -- the Klingon grammatical object of want is the omitted 'e'.