Minnesotan D'Armond Speers has been on a three-year mission in which he boldly split infinitives where no man had split them before
For three years Speers, a software consultant and expert in computational linguistics, spoke only Klingon to his son as part of an experiment to understand how children learn languages.
"I was interested in the question of whether my son, going through his first language acquisition process, would acquire it like any human language. He was definitely starting to learn it."
D'Armond's wife spoke in standard English.
D'Armond has since landed a job with an internet software company creating a dictionary in Klingon for use in language applications on mobile phones and computers
Hmm I wonder what his Kindergarten chums will think when Speers Minor calls them P’tachs!