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Tweet in Klingon

Tweet in Klingon was an online tool published as a promotional tool for the game "Star Trek Online" in December 2009, shortly before the game's release in February 2010. One could use the app to translate a message directly into klingon and send it to Twitter, accompanied with the hashtag #klingon. The website disappeared in October 2011.

Klingon language

To translate phrases, one could choose from a basic set of canon phrases. These were (presumably) translated correctly, but from what can be seen from posted messages, it's quite clear that the software did not translate very well - actually producing only nonsense. It did not follow any grammatical basics but simply followed english word order.

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 11 Apr 2017, by MarcZankl    Created: 16 May 2016 by KlingonTeacher

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