Emilia Clarke put her Dothraki-speaking skills on show Tuesday night during her appearance on "Late Night with Seth Meyers."
The "Game of Thrones" star and host were discussing the Dothraki language, which Clarke uses as Daenerys Targaryen on the medieval fantasy epic. Meyers kicked off the conversation by asking the actress whether or not Dothraki is a real language -- it is, and as Clarke pointed out, you can even study it.
The "Me Before You" actress then explained how she memorizes her Dothraki lines, which involves reading multiple versions of the script, listening to recordings and reciting them out loud "until I sound convincing."
Lucky for her, though, no one really knows when she makes a mistake. When Meyers asked her what she replaces her lines with if she gets them wrong, Clarke admitted to once using Hanson's "MMMbop." (What would the band have to say about that?)
If you're wondering how, exactly, the catchy '90s pop tune sounds in Dothraki, just watch the video above.