Dothraki Speakers and Learners Registry

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*[[User:Je snowe|Je snowe]] - James, from Canada. On a 4 week whirlwind challenge to learn Dothraki before the GoT season 5 finale, chronicling it on my blog!
 
*[[User:The bearded wolf|The bearded wolf]] - Israel, trying to translate all the Dothraki language into Hebrew.  
 
*[[User:The bearded wolf|The bearded wolf]] - Israel, trying to translate all the Dothraki language into Hebrew.  
 
*[[User:7ilwa|7ilwa]] - Sarah - Wellington, New Zealand. ''Shekh ma shieraki anni'' ... ''Yer jalan atthirari anni''.  
 
*[[User:7ilwa|7ilwa]] - Sarah - Wellington, New Zealand. ''Shekh ma shieraki anni'' ... ''Yer jalan atthirari anni''.  

Revision as of 19:38, 19 May 2015

This is a list of people who speak Dothraki or are learning to speak Dothraki. If you're one of those people, edit this page and add yourself to the list. Stand up and be counted!

Contents

Guidelines

  • Add yourself to the correct section!
  • Use your real name, your Dothraki name, your nickname, your forum name... any name you like. Just don't register more than once.
  • Add your name, plus (optionally) a one-line blurb about yourself. You could provide contact information, your geographic location, why you're learning Dothraki, how far along you are in your studies, your favorite Dothraki word or phrase, etc. Just keep it to a single line, about the size of a Twitter message.
  • Use Wiki formatting (optionally) to link your name or parts of your blurb to appropriate websites, like your home page, Facebook page, Twitter page, Wikipedia user page, etc.
  • If you aren't sure how to use Wiki formatting, copy-and-paste from someone else's entry and modify it appropriately.


What section should I add myself to?

  • Native speakers:
  • Fluent speakers:
    • You can participate effectively in most formal and informal conversations on practical, social, professional, and abstract topics.
    • You can read with almost complete comprehension and at normal speed expository prose on unfamiliar subjects and a variety of literary texts.
    • You can express yourself effectively in most formal and informal writing on practical, social and professional topics.
  • Intermediate speakers:
    • You can ask and answer questions and participate in simple conversations.
    • You can consistently read and understand simple texts dealing with a variety of basic and social needs.
    • You can write short, simple letters involving personal preferences, daily routine, everyday events, and other topics grounded in personal experience.
  • Novices:
    • None of the above, but you're working on it!


Native Speakers

  • Khal Zhavorsa - The one who will unite the Dothraki.
  • Drogo ki Bharbosi - Havazh Dothraki

Fluent Speakers

None yet!


Intermediate Speakers

  • Kayri - Toronto, Canada
  • Rakharo - İstanbul, Turkey
  • Qvaak - Finland. More interested in understanding the mechanics than learning the language. Learning nevertheless.
  • Dozgosor - Hamilton, New Zealand - Interested in text-based chat or e-mail in/about Dothrakhi. Skype/windows live message or e-mail me at bigger_than_jesus@hotmail.co.nz

Novices

  • Souhail - My children will be the first native Dothraki speakers .. but i have some learning to do
  • Atul Tyagi - India, Learning for fun
  • Kjf85 - Melbourne, Australia - interested in learning Dothraki, help would be appreciated
  • Zrogaro - India, I am the Khal.
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