tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Wed Jul 17 03:15:32 2002
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Re: Dop Hurgh HoS; <r><w><y>
>From: "Stephan Schneider" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> btw, i see that <r> in klingon is no consonant, as the word <Hurgh>
>> would be impossible to pronounce if it was. is <r> like in
>> maybe this is called a semi-consonant, like <w> and <y>, too?
>If you listen to the language tapes, Marc Okrand pronounces /r/ differently
>depending on how it is used. When part of /rgh/, he pronounces it like an
>American "r." When not a part of /rgh/, he pronounces it "lightly trilled."
difficult. we should try this live.
the klingon dialoges in the movies would be an example to compare the
pronunciation, but i didn't find the dialoges on-line (and it was too
difficult to copy them out from the movies). does anyone has these
dialogues? (i wouldn't like to purchase a book.)