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  1. SeHto control

          

  2. vISuqta'I have acquired it

          

  3. je'to purchase

          

  4. -neS (8)verb suffix for "ready, prepared" (referring to beings)

          

  5. chImbejto be empty

          

  6. vIlI'lI'I am transmitting the data

          

  7. -Qo' (r)verb suffix for "don't! won't!"

          

  8. ghuSto be empty

          

  9. Qongto sleep

          

  10. -qu' (r)verb suffix for "emphatic"

          

  11. Verb Suffixes for "qualification"Type 8 Verb Suffixes

          

  12. cholto get close, come near

          

  13. They are very similar, ta' is used when an action was deliberately attempted and successfully accomplished , pu' is used when the action happened by happenstance or was just a response to another action. Unfortunately English translations do not really show this distinction. {see pg. 41}What is the difference between pu' and ta'?

          

  14. choja'pa'before you tell me

          

  15. verb suffixes referring to a "change"Type 5 Verb Suffix

          

  16. choleghlaHto see

          

  17. Verb suffixes for "Aspect"Type 7 Verb Suffixes

          

  18. -'egh (1) {typo on page 35}verb suffix meaning "clearly, perfectly"

          

  19. bISopnISyou sleep

          

  20. Soplu'he/she seems to be controlling us

          

  21. HoHto kill

          

  22. yaj'a'verb suffix for "interrogative," indicating a yes or no question

          

  23. nejto die

          

  24. vIleghnISI see him/her/it

          

  25. -be' (r)

    {n.b. -be' is not used when giving an imperative or command}
    verb suffix for "not"

          

  26. nughoStaHto approach

          

  27. -ta' (7)verb suffix for "undo"

          

  28. Sopto eat

          

  29. -qa' (3)A verb suffix meaning "resume"

          

  30. DaneHchughif you want them

          

  31. -vIp (2)

    [this suffix is rarely used, and somewhat culturally taboo. Use it if you want to start a rumble.]
    verb suffix for "afraid"

          

  32. wIleghlu'someone/something sees us

          

  33. SeHlaw'he/she seems to be controlling us

          

  34. -lI' (7)

    {this is to -ta' as -tah is to pu'. see pg. 42}
    verb suffix for "not"

          

  35. -'a'verb suffix for "interrogative," indicating a yes or no question

          

  36. jIQonglaHhe/she/it/they sleep

          

  37. -vIS (9)

    {always used with the suffix -taH}
    verb suffix for "for"

    redundant?

          

  38. yIja''eghdon't tell him/her!

          

  39. ja'to be lucky (v)

          

  40. chImlaw'it it getting closer

          

  41. ghoSto eat

          

  42. HeghqangI sleep

          

  43. -qang (2)verb for suffix to indicate an action is currently happening

          

  44. Sort of, but they are treated as verbs, and will use the verb suffixes. See pg. 49Are there adjectives in Klingon?

          

  45. ghoSto go

          

  46. -rup (2)verb suffix for "need"

          

  47. jIyajchu'he/she fired (the torpedo) perfectly

          

  48. Do'to be lucky (v)

          

  49. nuSeHbejhe is certainly controlling us

          

  50. lI' {yup, same as the previous suffix}to transmit data to a place

          

  51. jIqIp'eghdo me the honor of telling me

          

  52. yIja'Qo'I am transmitting the data

          

  53. pojbeHto kill

          

  54. -lu' (5) {see page 39}A verb suffix meaning "indefinite subject"

          

  55. Heghto die

          

  56. -Ha' (r)verb suffix for "emphatic"

          

  57. Daleghpu'someone/something sees us

          

  58. pojto analyze

          

  59. maqIpchuqwe sleep

          

  60. bIQongyou (plural) sleep

          

  61. chollI'it it getting closer

          

  62. Anywhere you want it to, except after type 9 suffixesverb suffix to indicate oneself as the subject

          

  63. jIQongI can sleep

          

  64. vIneHpu'they have killed him/her (he/she happened to be the person the killer killed)

          

  65. -laH (5)verb for suffix to indicate an action is currently happening

          

  66. See 'info' for my comment on this set :)See 'info' for my comment on this set :)

          

  67. qaleghneSI am honored to see you

          

  68. volition/predisposition verb suffixesI need to see him/her

          

  69. -nIS (2)verb suffix for "ready, prepared" (referring to beings)

          

  70. leghto die

          

  71. -DI' (9)verb suffix for "as soon as, when"

          

  72. muleghhe/she/it sees me, they see me

          

  73. Daqawlu' {qaw - remember}Someone/something remembers you

          

  74. No. The past, present, and future tense come from context in the sentence (e.g. wa'leS means "tomorrow"). Klingon does have "aspect," whether or not an action is completed, or is currently occurring. English sort of does this in sentences like, "we fly tomorrow at dawn."Does Klingon have a past, present, and future tense for verbs?

          

  75. "someone/something finds children here"The Klingon phrase "naDev puppu' tu'lu'," meaning "there are children around" is literally translated as

          

  76. SuQongI sleep

          

  77. Verb suffixes for "honorific" statementsType 7 Verb Suffixes

          

  78. cholegh'a'do you see me?

          

  79. maDo'choHverb suffix meaning "clearly, perfectly"

          

  80. cha yIghuS {cha - torpedoes}steady on coarse! maintain this coarse!

          

  81. yajto understand

          

  82. -beH (2)verb suffix for "need"

          

  83. nuHoHvipit is approaching us

          

  84. yIghoStaHto approach

          

  85. luHoH rIntaH {you may want to read about sentence order in sec. 6, or you may ignore this until then}they have killed him/her

          

  86. -pa' (9)verb suffix for "as soon as, when"

          

  87. maQongwe sleep

          

  88. qaja'pu'I told you

          

  89. -chuq (1)verb suffix to indicate one another or each other as the subject

          

  90. Oneself/one another verb suffixesType 1 verb suffix

          

  91. Prefix-Verb-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9verb suffix meaning "clearly, perfectly"

          

  92. SuqIpchuqyou (pl)you (plural) hit each other

          

  93. Heghrupto die

          

  94. Qongyou sleep

          

  95. Verb suffixes for syntactic markersType 7 Verb Suffixes

          

  96. Verb suffix type meaning "Indefinite subject/ability"Type 5 Verb Suffix

          

  97. chImto get close, come near

          

  98. luHoHpu'it it getting closer

          

  99. -pu' (7)Verb suffix for "accomplished, done"

          

  100. qIpto eat

          

  101. -choH (3)verb for suffix to indicate an action is currently happening

          

  102. baHchu'I understand clearly

          

  103. Verb suffix type for "cause"Type 4 Verb Suffixes

          

  104. -bej (6)verb suffix meaning "certainly, undoubtedly"

          

  105. Sutlhto negotiate

          

  106. vIleghI need to see him/her

          

  107. nuQaw'laHverb suffix for "don't! won't!"

          

  108. luHoHta'they have killed him/her (he/she happened to be the person the killer killed)

          

  109. -law' (6)verb suffix meaning "seemingly, apparently"

          

  110. -wI' (9)verb suffix for one who does or thing which does

          

  111. -meH (9) {see sec. 6.2.4 for more info}verb suffix for "for"

    redundant?

          

  112. -taH (7)verb suffix for "ready, prepared" (referring to beings)

          

  113. -moH (3)

    {the exact meaning of -moH can be complex, I recommend reading pg. 38-9 and practicing it.}
    A verb suffix meaning "cause"

          

  114. -chu' (6)Verb suffix for "perfective," describing an action that 'has been' completed.

          

  115. bIqIp'eghyou hit yourself

          

  116. choleghyou see me

          

  117. vIje' rIntaHI have purchased it

          

  118. SutlhtaHvISwhile they are negotiating

          

  119. DaSeHDI'you have seen it

          

  120. vIlo'laHbe' or vIlo'be'laHWhat are all the possible ways to say "I cannot use them."?

          

  121. HIja'neSverb suffix for "before"

          

  122. lo'to use

          

  123. qaleghto see

          

  124. -chugh (9)verb for suffix to indicate an action is currently happening