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Saul Gonzalez visits Berkeley-trained linguist, David Peterson in his Orange County apartment and finds the brain behind the ‘Game of Thrones’ warrior language, Dothraki.

‘Game of Thrones’ Linguist

Saul Gonzalez visits Berkeley-trained linguist, David Peterson in his Orange County apartment and finds the brain behind the ‘Game of Thrones’ warrior language, Dothraki.

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