Apr. 23rd, 2012

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The following list of links connects to a number of resources for Klingon language learners. Courtesy of Felix Malmenbeck of the Klingon Language Mailing List:-

One good resource is Lawrence M. Schoen's podcast DaHjaj Hol:

(I believe there's a total of 366 episodes)

Quvar has 15 or so episodes (in English and German) as "the Klingon Teacher from Germany":


maHvatlh's http://www.klingonska.org (dictionary, grammar guides, songs, canon archive...)

qurgh's http://hol.kag.org (dictionary, parser, grammar guides, media, flash cards...)

Quvar's http:www.qepHom.de (mainly info about qepHom, but also some general info on Klingon, as well as a new words list that build's on the KLI's)

ter'eS' http://teresh.tdonnelly.org/ (Klingon grammar addenda, songs, movies...)

I have a flash card set for KLCP1 on Memrise: http://www.memrise.com/set/10016624/klcp1/

On Twitter, there's @kwotd (Klingon word of the day).

@tlhInganHol is a bot that tweets Klingon phrases, but some of them aren't parsed properly, so it's worth taking with a pinch of salt.

I alsorun @pIqaD, where I try to tweet in pIqaD at least once per day (though I tend to fail).

There's also the tlhIngan Hol jatlhwI'pu' Facebook group:

(not sure if it's invite only or if you can apply to join; if it's invite only, PM one of the members so that they can add you)

I have a YouTube series which I intended to be weekly, but I only ever manage to keep that up for a few weeks at a time :P

Also, I'd love to see the Klingon practice thread on the xkcd forums come back to life:

I also have the channel @klingonska on Twitter which tweets Klingon phrases and info in Swedish. I'm working on a course plan and would like to start teaching a small group in Stockholm, but we'll see how that works out.


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