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Kobaian, another artificial language
Thread poster: Klaus Herrmann

Klaus Herrmann  Identity Verified
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Jun 26, 2004

Does anyone remember Magma, Christian Vanders' band? I've learned about Magma when I was 12 or 13, and I still remember how excited I was when I read they actually invented a language. Another building block of my interest in languages, I think.

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Vladimir Dubisskiy  Identity Verified
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Thank you, Klaus Jun 27, 2004

I am seriously thinking about applying to KLI (Klingon Language Institute), look - may they will need someone in Klingon-Russian, Ukrainian one day. And i am looking for the opportunity to translate their war-hymns into Russian.

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