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Islenskur

English and Dothraki

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Hi everyone! I'm an Italian student and I'm preparing my graduation thesis on Dothraki, and in particular about his relation with English! I was looking for some English mother tongues (English or American people) that could help me. So I thought to try here. My questions are: which are your first impressions, as English speakers, about Dothraki? Do you find some similarities with other existing languages? Then, do you think English and Dothraki share some common features? Or, which are the main differences? Thank you sooooo much to the people that will answer, even just to one point! I hope that someone of you could help me! bye

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Hi. Well, I'll try to help.

Which are your first impressions, as English speakers, about Dothraki?

- It's very strong in pronunciation like German, but it sounds like an Arabic.

Do you find some similarities with other existing languages?

- Yes, I have mentioned it above.

Then, do you think English and Dothraki share some common features?

- I guess it's the structure of a sentence.

Or, which are the main differences?

- Well as a made up language Dothraki has fewer arguments in rules or something.

 

I hope that would be useful for your thesis.

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