Nearly two dozen journalists gathered Friday morning for a David Peterson-delivered primer in Dothraki. The event served as a kick off for Living Language Dothraki, a conversational course guide out October 7.
Peterson schooled the room in the basics, including four vowel sounds, pronounced much like they are in English. Tossing out terms like "dothralat" (to ride), he encouraged his class to give the word a try with conviction and to scare the rooms nearby. He used phrases like alveolar ridge, which turns out to be a part of the mouth and not a location Essos.Read More