M'athchomaroon. Athchomar chomakea. Hash yer dothrae chek asshekh? Oh good.
No, we've not been drinking (though that might help with our enunciation), these are just a few of the Dothraki pleasantries we've picked up thanks to this handy guide.
Compiled by CheapFlights.com.au (they don't fly to Essos - we checked) the phrasebook contains a smattering of everyday phrases that might help you survive a day in a khalasar.
If you're looking to have a full conversation in this brutal tongue, you'll have to track down David J. Peterson, the linguist who helped create this fictional lingo for the HBO series. The good news: there are fewer than 4,000 words in the language, constructed with only four vowels and 23 consonant phonemes (English has 24). The bad news: you've got very few people to practice with. Fonas chek.
(Images: Rex; CheapFlights.com.au)