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Re: Klingon Ad for my new novel!

QeS 'utlh (qeslagh@hotmail.com)



ghItlhpu' ter'eS, ja':
>It's a natural-language feature, and not all that uncommon. I enjoy the ambiguity.

I don't have a problem with it so long as it doesn't prevent understanding. As I
said, {DuraS tuq tlhIngan yejquv patlh} works very well stylistically. Even bigger
strings might be OK in the right place. All I'm saying is that *I* have had
issues with large strings in front of conjunctions, so in practice I tend to avoid
them. It's certainly not a law for me, just a tendency I've observed from my
experience writing Klingon.

>If you like certainty, learn Lojban!

Maybe, but I doubt Klingons would take kindly to overly ambiguous speech either. {{:)

QeS 'utlh

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