DaHjaj Hol 110131 #tlhIngan #tlh

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Hello, and welcome. You’re listening to DaHjaj Hol, your daily dose of Klingon language.

I’m your host, Lawrence Schoen and today is Monday, January 31st, 2011, and I thought it would be grand to take our leave of the month with some verbs. So let’s get to it:

tlhap means take. TLH, A, P. tlhap

mej is leave or depart. M, E, J. mej

chegh means return, as in returning to a place, not returning as in giving something back. That’s CH, E, GH. chegh

Such is visit. Captial S, U, CH. Such

Time for a few sample sentences, just so you’re sure you’re doing them correctly:

betleH vItlhap
I take the bat’leth

tugh jImejqa’
soon I will leave again

romuluSngan DaDevchoH ‘ach cheghnIS tlhIngan
you begin leading the Romulan, but the Klingon needs to return

Four verbs. Nothing complicated about them. Our lesson for today is about to come to an end, and you could stop here as well and be done. That’s your choice of course. Or you could keep going. You could combine these four new verbs with all the prefixes you’ve already learned and practice them on your own. Maybe work in the verb suffixes we’ve talked about. Even try out all the nouns you know as subjects of these four new verbs. You could. And if you did, you just might see how qo’mey poSmoH Hol, Language Opens Worlds.


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