- covers everyday words Klingons would use if they lived on Earth today,
including some brand new ones. Phrases that are unique to the Klingon culture
are not included. Made with the help of CBS Studios, which owns the Star Trek
franchise, UK Klingon translator Jonathan Brown and US linguist Marc Okrand,
the creator of the Klingon language.
The Klingon Dictionary: English/Klingon, Klingon/English
by Marc Okrand
- the first comprehensive sourcebook for Klingon language and syntax, including fundamental
rules of grammar as well as words and expressions that illustrate the complex nature of Klingon
culture. It features a precise pronunciation guide, rules for proper use of affixes and suffixes,
and a small phrasebook with Klingon translations for essential expressions such as "Activate the
transport beam," "Always trust your instincts," and the ever-popular "Surrender or die!"
- an audio program that can teach anyone to speak authentic Klingon. It includes the words,
phrases, pronunciations and customs for any situation, including: proper voice inflection,
key Klingon words for emergencies, and sample conversations between Klingons.
Star Trek: Power Klingon: Mastering the Language of Warriors
by Barry Levine & Marc Okrand
-an advanced audio course in Klingon for those who have mastered Conversational Klingon.
Here you'll go beyond simple words and phrases and gain a truer, deeper understanding of
the language and culture of Klingon. With the help of two acknowledged experts in the field,
you'll learn how to communicate with one of the most aggressive cultures in the universe on
its own terms. You'll learn to think like a warrior, making the language part of yourself,
respecting its power and wary of its subtleties. Power Klingon will help you discover the warrior within.
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