Monday, November 07, 2005

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Proof Klingon is a REAL language - educational materials.

In print:

Klingon Dictionary
Marc Okrand, Dave Stern (Editor)

Book Cover

Klingon for the Galactic Traveler
Marc Okrand

Book Cover

Maybe available from Amazon:

Review from
Star Trek: Klingon is a game within a game. It purports to be a Holodeck program hosted by Gowron, leader of the Klingon High Council, and aimed at teaching Klingon culture. In the simulation, players take on the role of Pok, a Klingon youth about to pass his Rite of Accession. It begins at a party for Pok where his friends and family have gathered. For the most part the game runs continuously, like a television program, with the difference that often the characters look right at the camera and speak to "you" (Pok). Then every few minutes a Decision Point is reached, the action pauses and players must react as honor and the situation demand.

[Includes the no longer available audio program, "Power Klingon"]

Not available as cassettes, but at iTunes and

Star Trek: Conversational KlingonStar Trek: The Klingon Way

Kliflash For Windows (ver 1.1)

Kliflash is a computer-based Klingon vocabulary drill application. It contains the entire known Klingon word list, and uses proven teaching techniques to help make learning easier. Kliflash has been tested and used for several years by members of the Klingon language community, and has been fine-tuned and enriched by their suggestions.

Kliflash For Windows is the latest version of the application, and follows the DOS-based Kliflash version 5.1. It can be used on any computer running Windows 95/98/2000/XP; a color printer is recommended but not required. Besides moving to the Windows environment, Kliflash For Windows, version 1.1, updates the word database through November, 2002. As always, users of a prior version of Kliflash can update their wordlists without losing any of their current progress scores, personal lists or notes.

Far simpler study - a *very* basic VB 3 program: RSS feed:
And now a word from the Disassociated Press:


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