[tlhIngan Hol] Beginner question: Imperatives directed at first person plural
felixm at kth.se
Sat Feb 10 08:38:46 PST 2018
You can use the exclamation «Ha'!» ("Let's go!") along with a statement.
In Power Klingon, for example, there is the sentence «Ha'! DaH matlhutlh.», which is translated as "Let's go get a drink."
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Subject: [tlhIngan Hol] Beginner question: Imperatives directed at first person plural
When listing the imperative verbal prefixes for the singular and plural second person, TKD mentions that imperative prefixes are not used to express e.g. “let’s go”, but does not offer any guidance on how to command a first person plural group to do something. Is there any canon guidance or non-canon consensus on this?
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