Tashi. A simple Grammar of recent spoken Tibetan
Labrary of Tibetan Works and data, 2005. — 195 с.
— a pragmatic guide. — 81-85102-74-0
A uncomplicated Grammar of contemporary Spoken Tibetan is written for these non-Tibetan who've a willing curiosity in studying the right kind principles of spoken Tibetan grammar. This e-book relies on my twelve years of expertise in educating Tibetan language on the Library of Tibetan Works and data, Dharamsala and 12 months instructing and learning within the U.S.A. in the course of those years i've got amassed a number of notes which show the typical grammatical difficulties of Tibetan language scholars. during this publication i've got attempted to give the grammar ideas as basically as possiblewith a couple of uncomplicated examples, in order that it can be utilized by someone who has no earlier wisdom of spoken Tibetan. The English translations stick with the Tibetan as heavily as attainable with a view to aid scholars comprehend either its that means and shape. (from the preface by means of the author).
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