tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Jun 25 15:18:25 1993
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>From: Will Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Fri, 25 Jun 93 14:54:20 EDT
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>My thanks to QumpIn 'avrIn for suggestions on Klingon equivalents to
>"with" in several of the English equivalents. Am I correct to presume that
>for "I'll go with you," the only appropriate equivalent is essentially, "You
>and I go."?
>majaH SoH jIH je.
Not the only one. You can always paraphrase in various ways, like
"qatlhejtaHvIS vIjaH", "accompanying you, I go", or "qatlhej 'ej jIjaH" "I
accompany you and go" (a slight difference here?).
Hey! Do my eyes deceive me, or did you manage to shorten those hellish
headers, Eli? majQa'!
- From: Will Martin <email@example.com>