From hell's heart I stab at thee...

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If someone could have a go at the below. (dialogue only)
I'm also interested in equivilent for 'thee' and also are there any tricks for making a speech sound sort of psuedo Shakespearean like this.

KHAN: No... Kirk. The game's not over.

[As Uhura's voice continues O.S., Khan pulls himself
into a chair at the console, one of his hands useless
at his side].

KHAN: (continuing) To the last I will grapple with thee!

[ON SCREEN, Enterprise, intermittent image, backs away.
Khan smiles triumphantly through his pain. An elec-
tronic power SOUND has been building].

KHAN: No... You can't get away... From hell's heart I stab at thee...
(amid the pain)
For hate's sake... I spit my last breath at thee!

[Khan topples forward, dead. The WHINE continues to
build chillingly].

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updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by tad

6 Answers

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Yo diría, (tu frase es correctasmile

No ...Kirk. ¡el juego aún no ha terminado!

Lo cambia un poco, pero me suena mejor.

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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y para la primera linea «No...Kirk. El juego no se ha terminado» ?

(Me confundo si debo usar «se» aquí)

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by tad
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In some countries "vos" is used and sounds sort of more elegant. but in Spain it would sound unusual.

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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thee is archaic English & the Spanish equivalent is te.
tú is thou
But now te & tú are used as the intimate form of address

thine is tuyo

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by motley
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Thanks Heidita when I googled your words it seems that they were the ones used in the Spanish version of the film ...so just using 'tú' for 'thee' then?

I think I remember hearing that in 'El Labrinto del Fauno' (Pan's Labyrinth) there was a form of vosotros used but to singular people ...does anyone know what this is supposed to represent'

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by tad
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KHAN: No... You can't get away... From hell's heart I stab at thee...
(amid the pain)
For hate's sake... I spit my last breath at thee!

This is a famous sentence ...

Desde el corazón del infierno? ¡Yo te apuñalo! Con todo mi odio? ¡Te escupo? mi ultimo aliento!

updated JUL 3, 2008
posted by 00494d19