tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Mon Jun 03 18:00:10 2002
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RE: cha'DIch KLBC rI'
I sent in my first lesson a week or two ago and haven't heard anything
back also. I just thought the person might be on leave. It didn't bounce
(sorry for the no tlhIgan Hol)
>From: Vlodnak [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 5:23 AM
>Subject: RE: cha'DIch KLBC rI'
>Good... I just started going through the postal course and emailed to
>firstname.lastname@example.org... if there is another place for me to do this please
>advise me as well.
>I have been exposed to Klingon long enough where the first lesson or
>will probably be easy but I figure that it is worthwhile to go through
>DloraH qatlho'. chequv.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 15:05
>> To: tlhIngan-Hol@kli.org
>> Subject: RE: cha'DIch KLBC rI'
>> > Thanks for the explaination I was using CK not PK tape so then if I
>> > approach you I should say nothing.
>> If you have something to say, say it. But don't say
>> something if it's only
>> purpose is to break the silence.
>> > So then in writing if I wanted to express a greeting How
>> would I do it
>> > or would I just say jatlh followed by my name .
>> In terms of e-mail, the "from" tells me your name, the
>> "subject" tells me what
>> we're talking about; in the body, just start writing. If the
>> "from" is
>> misleading (a different name is displayed or something) then
>> you could tell
>> your name, etc, so as to present the correct information.
>> If you truely are pleased to see someone you can certainly
>> say so. Humans tend
>> to say such things to complete strangers. How do you know
>> you are pleased to
>> meet this stranger? Maybe they are about to ruin your day.
>> How's that phrase go?... speaking klingon doesn't force you
>> to be rude;
>> speaking Federation forces you to be wittering, vague, and
>> > I also have a question for you my person that was
>> > correcting my postal lessons has aparently bombed out he
>> corrected one
>> > and I sent him back what I had redone and I have been totally blown
>> > off. Do you know of any one who would be willing to correct
>> my lessons
>> > for me.
>> This is definately unfortunate. Lawrence and I briefly
>> mentioned this
>> situation last week.
>> Give me a day or two; I WILL get back to you on this.
>> DloraH, BG