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Introductions / Re: Hi
« on: May 14, 2015, 01:50:13 pm »
don't worry, I'm very much a beginner too, I've been learning for about a week, and I know about 50 words, but I'm very good at using dictionaries, so hopefully some conversation will be possible

Beginners / Re: Conversations in Dothraki
« on: May 12, 2015, 09:33:21 am »
Anha vo dothrok chek. Atthirar chonga ma anha sekke hagak.

Sorry, I'm still pretty new to Dothraki, I've been learning for about a week and I know about 50 words, but unfortunately very few of those 50 words came up in what you said. I thought with using the dictionary and the wiki I'd be able to work out what you said, but I'm still not really sure what you said, can I have a translation please?

Beginners / Conversations in Dothraki
« on: May 10, 2015, 02:11:22 am »
Kaltxì ma frapo! or Athchomar chomakea!

(...) I have installed the word description modification (the maroon text). 8)
Just hoover your mouse on it and the translation/hidden text will be shown. :)

The synthax is:
[desc=text or translation]text[/desc]

In the editor, there is also a button for it, of course:

EDIT: And now also a spoiler mod 8) :

ADMIN NOTE: Unlike LearnNavi, this board does not support the desc or spoiler tag. I am looking into why this is so, and will try to get it fixed. So, this means, if you post an English (or other language) translation of what you wrote in Dothraki, you will have to post it in the clear.  Posting a translation is optional, but it does help other learners!  Also, please post untranslatable words in curly braces {  }, rather than braces, as braces are used to denote BB code.

This is a thread for talking in Dothraki, just so we can get a bit of practise with it. Feel free to put words that don't have a Dothraki translation yet like {this}. Also, feel free to correct other people's Dothraki in English under what you're saying in Dothraki so we can all learn from each other.

I guess I'll start then…

M'athchomaroon. Hash yer dothrae chek?

Introductions / Hi
« on: May 08, 2015, 08:15:47 am »

I'm Niz. I recently started learning Dothraki, even though I've only actually seen 3 episodes of Game of Thrones, and I haven't read any of the books. My boyfriend knows a little bit of Dothraki, which is why I decided to learn, I'm still not sure why though, he wasn't trying to convince me to learn or anything like that… Once my exams are over in about a month's time, I do plan on watching the entirety of Game of Thrones. Currently I've been using memrise, the wiki, and some youtube tutorials to learn.

I was looking at this forum, and I think it would be cool if there were boards under Dothraki and Valyrian that were just for talking in that language, so all the posts are in whichever language. I think it would be useful to have some practice writing and reading in Dothraki. Words that don't have a translation yet could be put like [this] and people could comment in brackets underneath their writing if they wish to correct a previous person's writing, and that bit could be in english. I don't know if anyone'll think it's a good idea or not, I just think it would be a cool way to learn off each other, but feel free to completely ignore it.

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