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May the Kraft Be With You!
"In Germany (and Sweden), 'kraft' means force; this doesn't mean that Luke Skywalker stopped the Sith with safety scissors and glue, though. See if you can pick out the foreign words or languages found in these "Star Wars" references. Good luck!"
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"Luke, I am your Vader!"
Wait a second...that doesn't seem right. 'Vader' means 'father' in which of these languages?
"Aidez-moi Obi-Wan Kenobi! You're my only hope."
It's unlikely that Leia released her SOS in French, but what does 'aidez-moi' mean?
"I've got a very mau feeling about this!"
Many characters say something like this throughout the films and seem a bit apprehensive at times, but in what language does 'mau' mean bad?
"Your powers are slaby, old man."
Darth Vader says this to Obi-Wan during battle, but 'slaby' means 'weak' in which European language?
"Osore is the path to the Dark Side. Osore leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering."
While Yoda deduces this simply, it's safe to say he never uses the Japanese word 'osore' which translates into what English word?
"It's a trappola!"
This line by Admiral Ackbar in "Return of the Jedi" states the obvious, but in what language does 'trappola' mean 'trap'?
"Hacer. O no. There is no try."
More words of wisdom come from Yoda, but 'Hacer. O no' translates to 'Do. Or do not' in which language?
"Aren't you a little kort for a stormtrooper?"
If the word 'kort' is Danish, what does it mean in this Princess Leia quote?
"R2-D2, you know better than to trust a strange tolva!"
C-3P0 certainly wasn't Icelandic, but what English word would he have used in place of 'tolva'?
"A long tempus ago in a galaxy far, far away..."
Although this isn't exactly how the first line of every "Star Wars" film is read, 'tempus' is 'time' in which language?
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Compiled May 24 13